WeMade, a South Korean gaming giant, has seen its tokens relisted on a South Korean exchange after being embroiled in a high-profile controversy.
The tokens, which were created to allow fans to invest in the company, had been delisted earlier this year after their price plunged quickly after hitting the market.
The listing on the Joymax exchange followed after WeMade’s announcement that it would be participating in a public blockchain project. The project is meant to help revitalize the company and create a better ecosystem for its gaming offerings.
The decision to relist the tokens has been met with both criticism and support from various quarters. Some have argued that the move is just a way for the company to make a quick buck while others have argued that it could help the company gain greater market share.
At the same time, the relisting of the tokens has rekindled debate in South Korea’s gaming industry on how best to regulate digital tokens.