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Crypto has become a key issue in the run-up to the South Korean presidential election – with shots firing in all directions as politicians hunt for votes.
As previously reported, the ruling Democratic Party nominee Lee Jae-myung has already pledged to unpick crypto tax law to delay the imposition of a controversial 20% levy on crypto trading profits from January 2022 to 2023 at the earliest. His main opponent from the People’s Power Party has also promised to delay the law….
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