China's National Internet Finance Association, a self-regulatory group, has warned against participating in overseas ICOs and cryptocurrency trading.
South Korea's Communications Commission has issued fines totaling $130,000 to eight cryptocurrency exchanges over insufficient user data protection.
China's banking regulator, the CBRC, thinks the country should double down on its adoption on blockchain technology to improve the credit market.
South Korea's financial watchdog has set a date for the introduction of a new rule barring anonymous virtual cryptocurrency trading accounts.
South Korea's Korbit exchange has informed users that non-citizens will soon not be able to deposit Korean won for trading.
The PBoC's Beijing division has reportedly issued a document requiring payment services to stop facilitating crypto trading activities.
A Korean financial regulator has reportedly indicated it is investigating possible insider trading of cryptocurrencies by its own staff.
The vice governor of China's central bank is reportedly seeking a wider ban on services related to cryptocurrency trading in the country.
South Korean authorities have reportedly said that cryptocurrency investors must attach their IDs to anonymous virtual accounts or face penalties.