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South Korea’s Opposition Party Wins Parliamentary Vote, What It Means for Bitcoin and Crypto Markets

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South Korea’s Opposition Party Wins Parliamentary Vote, What It Means for Bitcoin and Crypto Markets

South Korea’s Democratic Party (DPK) and smaller opposition parties managed to win a total of 192 of 300 parliamentary seats, thus almost outshadowing the current president.

South Korea’s Opposition Party Wins Parliamentary Vote, What It Means for Bitcoin and Crypto Markets

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