Dunamu has global ambitions and plans to leverage off its relationship with HYBE to extend its reach abroad, according to CEO Lee Sirg-oo, especially in terms of non-fungible tokens (NFT).
Upbit, Korea's largest cryptocurrency exchange, said Friday that it was able to recover digital assets worth 2 billion won ($1.69 million) that were incorrectly transferred using an unsupported blockchain network.
Dunamu, operator of Upbit cryptocurrency exchange, announced Tuesday it began offering a trading platform dedicated to the trading of non-fungible tokens (NFT) as a beta test.
Dunamu, a leading blockchain and fintech company, announced it will invest a total of 100 billion won ($84 million) in its environment, social and governance (ESG) initiatives by 2024, focusing on “tree, youth and investor protection." The core...
HYBE shares hit a record high Thursday on news it will issue non-fungible tokens (NFT) with Dunamu, the operator of the Upbit cryptocurrency exchange.
Doomsday is here for cryptocurrency exchanges, and so far only one of 60 has received the greenlight from authorities to continue operating.
Dunamu released a statement Tuesday saying it is not a Kakao company and asked media outlets to not refer to the company as an affiliate or subsidiary of Kakao.
Lee Sirgoo, CEO of Dunamu, said he expects complex blockchain technology to increasingly affect people’s daily lives as many services and businesses are developed using the technology, while closing the two-day Upbit Developer Conference on Thursday.
The blockchain business is becoming larger and more sustainable, according to Song Chi-hyung, chairman of Dunamu, which operates Upbit, during the Upbit Developer Conference (UDC) 2021 held online on Wednesday.
Only one cryptocurreny exchange has fully complied with new laws covering their operation and registration, while 21 are still trying to meet requirements set out to stay in business in Korea.