South Korea’s Financial Supervisory Commission asks more than 20 exchanges to submit lists of virtual currencies that have been delisted or designated as priority projects

The Financial Supervisory Commission sent emails to more than 20 ISMS-certified virtual currency exchanges this afternoon, asking them to submit “a list of virtual currencies that were delisted or designated as priority items between June 7 and 16,” according to the Financial Supervisory Commission and industry sources, Yonhap news agency said. The head of the Financial Supervisory Authority explained, “This is to understand the market dynamics.” The authorities requested information by the 16th, but there are rumors in the industry that the “daily reports” are already underway. An exchange executive said, “I have made the report today (14th) and will also send the list of virtual currencies that have been delisted or designated as priority items to the head of the Financial Supervisory Authority via email tomorrow. The reports will probably be sent daily for some time to come.”

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