South Korean Pensioners Massively Attack Crypto Exchanges

Despite the active regulatory policy in the country and a number of restrictions, including due to the Covid-19, some Korean exchanges rushed to open physical offices in Seoul

The reason for this decision was an unprecedented influx of pensioners who want to invest in cryptocurrency. They are uncomfortable to consult in the application. Most pensioners want to personally communicate with an investment adviser and get personal advice.

That's why Bithumb reopened its office. This is the largest South Korean exchange, the demand for services which is experiencing dynamic growth due to the closure of a number of rival exchanges.

The office is located in the prestigious District of Gangnam-gu. It was previously closed due to restrictions on the Covid-19. However, now the exchange has been able to comply with all precautions, and consultation in the official office will soon continue.

Visitors will be measured by temperature, offered antiseptics, reminded of the need to observe the social distance. Also, the office staff will strictly observe precautions.

In addition to Bithumb, the Coinone exchange also opens its office. It is located in the Seoul district of Yongsan. Previously, it was closed due to the small number of visitors. However, in 2021 everything has changed.

This year, people over the age of seventy are very eager to get into the number of investors. They want to learn how to buy tokens, to ensure data security. A little experience is needed, and most are sure that they will be able to trade cryptocurrency and receive a pension boost.

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