There are many arguments whether the countries of the world should legalise Bitcoin as a method of payment. For example, in South Korea the representative of the Yong-Jin Park from the ruling Democratic Party of South Korea announced that in the coming months, changes will be published in the regulatory framework for crypto-terminology, including Bitcoin. South Korea this year is one of the world’s largest buyers of digital currencies, and this the news is an extremely pleasant and timely surprise for the enthusiasts of the detachments. The first step is the revision of the Law on Electronic Financial Transactions
One of the first steps Park and its team will undertake is the legalization of Bitcoin and Ethereum to review the Law on Electronic Financial Transactions, which will allow enterprises and companies using cryptothermines such as trading platforms and stock exchanges Bitcoin. The world is more than excited to find out more and more exciting news on BTC in South Korea and in many other powerful countries.