Chan Young No (known to non-Koreans as Joseph Youthful, Joseph Young or @iamjosephyoung) has been interested in Bitcoin since at least 2014.
He says that the “South Korean cryptocurrency exchange market is processing more trades than the country’s stock market.”
Joseph Young is a 2015 graduate of a high school in Cebu, Philippines.
Bullish on #btc but confused how you can suggest the volatility is decreasing from these numbers?
— BENBRICK (@thisisbenbrick) January 22, 2018
He said average, that source gives median.
— Vitalik Buterin (@VitalikButerin) March 5, 2017
Both Bithumb & Korbit, two largest cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea, are disabling Kookmin Bank deposits / withdrawals.
Instead, they will allow Shinhan Bank (second largest bank) deposits and withdrawals. That means, Shinhan Bank will process payments for traders. #NoBan
— Joseph Young (@iamjosephyoung) January 20, 2018
1. OKCoin and Huobi launching in South Korea this year
2. SK Government considering bitcoin futures
3. 10 more exchanges launching in Korea
4. Debate about public blockchain vs permissioned blockchain on national TV.
Does this look like a market that will ban trading?
— Joseph Young (@iamjosephyoung) January 19, 2018
@Joseph_Young_ We're still negotiating for the domain so our website will be up by the end of this week.
— Joseph Young (@iamjosephyoung) September 1, 2014
— Joseph Young (@iamjosephyoung) August 21, 2014
Joseph Young appeared on the Crypto Trader show on January 18, 2018, to discuss the steep drop in Bitcoin price.
Among his assertions is that Reuters was wrong to characterize as “raids” the unannounced visits that South Korean authorities made to the country’s cryptocurrency exchanges.
Seriously Reuters, enough is enough.
This is edging on cryptocurrency market manipulation, not just irresponsible reporting any more. https://t.co/eUF6mnmBjF
— Joseph Young (@iamjosephyoung) January 18, 2018