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Bitcoin Cash price surpasses $3,800 mark in South Korea

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Bitcoin Cash is garnered a lot of positive traction in South Korea over the weekend and owing to that bitcoin cash price zoomed to a whopping $3800 in South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges – a $1000 premium over their counterparts in Europe and US.

Bitcoin Cash price surged to $3,800 at Bithumb. As of now it is currently trading at $3,500 which is still a $1000 premium over other exchanges elsewhere. Bitcoin Cash price surpassed $3,800 due to a number of media reports over the last few days.

It all started with an interview by Roger Ver, an early investor in bitcoin and the CEO at Bitcoin.com, with SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System). The interview was featured as a main section of one of its most popular shows that often secures over a million active viewers. This initial report and interview led other mainstream media outlets to join the bitcoin cash bandwagon over the weekend and they all started covering Bitcoin Cash more actively leading to an ultimate bitcoin price surge.

Another factor that seems to have been playing part in the overall increase in prices of all cryptos in South Korea are reports that cryptocurrency exchanges in the country including Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit have started to add more employees than banks and financial institutions in the traditional finance market. This effectively has given  consumers and investors in the market a lot more confidence in the cryptocurrency market and this is fueling the price surge.

The demand for cryptocurrencies has grown exponentially in South Korea and this is pushing the premium rates of the South Korean market even further up. The imposition of a cryptocurrency trading ban for foreigners have led to larger premium rates and disparity in the price of major digital assets between South Korea and the rest of the global market.

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Ravi Mandalia

Ravi Mandalia

With over nine years of experience through various editorial positions at major news outlets including ITProPortal.com, TheNewsReports.com, TechieNews.co.uk among others, Ravi decided to build up on his interest in cryptocurrencies through Cryptocurrency Market. Ravi is a network security graduate from Liverpool John Moores University, UK. After a 4-year stint as network security consultant at various companies in the UK and India, Ravi’s interest for writing took him to online journalism in 2010.

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