South Korean firm Dunamu, operator of cryptocurrency exchange Upbit, says it invested $46 million in 26 blockchain startups over the last year.
Ground X, the blockchain subsidiary of South Korea's Kakao, has raised $90 million in a private coin offering, Bloomberg says.
South Korean messaging giant Kakao has led an over-$15 million crypto investment in Israeli-based public blockchain project Orbs.
Kakao's blockchain arm Ground X has announced the launch of the test version of its proprietary blockchain network dubbed Klaytn.
Kakao's blockchain subsidiary has announced it will work with a government-backed agency to develop blockchain projects focused on social services.
Jason Han, CEO of Kakao's blockchain subsidiary Ground X, tells CoinDesk his thoughts on how crypto could impact big business.
South Korean internet giant Kakao has confirmed it is setting up a new blockchain subsidiary, but quashed rumors of a planned initial coin offering.
South Korean internet giant Kakao, which owns the popular messaging app Kakao Talk, is reportedly moving to integrate blockchain in its business.