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Coinplug Launches iOS Bitcoin Apps for South Korea Jon Southurst Aug 13, 2014 South Korea’s Coinplug has launched the country’s first mobile apps for iOS.
South Korea’s bitcoin exchange Coinplug has partnered with the country’s top ATM manufacturer Nautilus Hyosung, to launch the country’s first bitcoin ATM. The two-way bitcoin ATM which began operations over the weekend in Seoul’s Coex Mall allows users to both sell bitcoins and withdraw cash reports CoinDesk.The ATM will allow those who want to buy bitcoins to pay in cash minus any.
Coinplug is a Korea based Bitcoin startup founded in June of 2013. Coinplug provides a Bitcoin exchange & wallet service, okBitcard(bitcoin prepaid card), 2-way ATM and payment processor targeting Korea and other Asia market. Consumers and merchants can use the company’s services to accept virtual currency Bitcoin . Unlock Charts on Crunchbase . Charts can be found on various organization.
South Korea’s Coinplug Launches New Exchange and Begins Trading Bitcoin Cash. September 3, 2017 September 3, 2017 – by Bitcoin FYI Technology Leading South Korean bitcoin brokerage and service provider Coinplug recently launched a trading platform. Bitcoin cash, bitcoin, ether and litecoin are among the tradeable assets listed on the new exchange. Prior to this launch, bitcoin cash was.
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