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South Korea Is Investigating Methods to Tax Bitcoin Users

The Cointelegraph Sunday, 3 December 2017
South Korea Is Investigating Methods to Tax Bitcoin UsersThe South Korean government is investigating various methods to better regulate the local Bitcoin market and tax Bitcoin users.
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