Major South Korean Crypto Exchanges Help Police in Child Porn Investigation

Major South Korean Crypto Exchanges Help Police in Child Porn Investigation Major South Korean Crypto Exchanges Help Police in Child Porn Investigation

Four South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges reportedly are assisting local law enforcement authorities in the investigation of the so-called “nth rooms” case that has grabbed headlines nationwide.

According to the report published on March 25 by Chainnews, Upbit, Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit collaborated with the police in an attempt to reveal the identity of those involved in the child porn scandal.

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