North Korea to Hold International Blockchain Conference in October, Report Claims

North Korea to Hold International Blockchain Conference in October, Report Claims

In a recent report published, it is revealed that North Korea is ready to organize a blockchain conference in the beginning of October, in one step the experts believe that technical capabilities are being made to “show”

According to a report by American Free Media Outlet Radio Free Asia, Hemet is ready to invite experts from Blockchain Technology and Cryptology from around the world to participate in this program, which will happen in the last two days and will start on October 1.

According to the report, the presence of the conference will meet with North Korean business officials on October 3. According to the report, the presence of the conference will meet with North Korean business officials on October 3. In particular, this will require a change in international policies, because under the rule of Kim Jong- un, there is undeveloped tourism industry, as visiting the country is somewhat restricted.

Countries like the US have restricted their citizens from coming to the country on security issues and international sanctions, who recently hit the nation reusing. According to security experts, citing a news outlet, a conference is being organized to showcase their abilities about such technologies.

North Korea, is often seen as a bad actor in the cryptocurrency space, since some analysts believe that Kim Jong-un has appointed hackers to fund the regime to steal bitcoins from other countries.

Earlier this year, South Korea had accused theft of more than $ 530 million from the Cryptocurrency exchanges in the series of attacks. At that time, North Korea was held responsible for the popular Bithumb exchange hacking, which was a small known local exchange called Coin and many more.

Earlier this year South Korea accused the country of stealing over $530 million from its cryptocurrency exchanges in a series of attacks. At the time, North Korea was blamed for hacking the popular Bithumb exchange, a little-known local exchange called Coins, and more.

In March, former NSA officer Priscilla Moriuchi claimed that the North Korean hacker could achieve the rule of more than $ 200 million cryptocurrency last year, in an effort to reduce the impact of international sanctions imposed on the country on its nuclear and missile programs.

 

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