The former deputy governor of South Korea’s financial regulator, the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS), has been nominated to lead the Korea Blockchain Association. The news, revealed by the association on Monday, was reported by local English-language daily The Korea Times on June 13.
The Korea Blockchain Association seeks to create regulations for blockchain technology and the cryptocurrency sector, and counts crypto exchanges, crypto-related enterprises and public institutions as members. It is reportedly set to appoint Oh Gap-soo, 70, to the role at a forthcoming general meeting scheduled for June 24.
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