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Govern-Backed South Korean Postal Giant Discusses Crypto With New Goldman Sachs CEO

  • Korea Post starts dipping its toes in cryptocurrencies by discussing the nascent asset class with David Solomon, a newly appointed the Goldman Sachs CEO

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Korea Post, the national postal service provider in South Korea that managed nearly $112 bln, starts dipping its toes in cryptocurrencies by discussing the nascent asset class with David Solomon, a newly appointed Goldman Sachs CEO who is expected replace Lloyd Blankfein this October.

The government-run postal giant has also scheduled a meeting with Goldman crypto research team, which will reportedly take place this month, to further explore cryptocurrencies, Blockchain and other innovative technologies.

However, Bloomberg states that Korea Post doesn’t intend to put money into crypto as of now.  

  

 

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