The International Monetary Fund has told the central bank of the Philippines to begin collecting data from local crypto exchange users.
Atomtrans Tech Corp. and Tokyo-based Telcoin Corp both received permission to operate in the Philippines.
With crypto trade volumes still on the rise, banks better be wary about the exchanges they are willing to work with.
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas plans to wait a further “three to five years” before it entertains the idea of launching its own cryptocurrency.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has warned the public to only use exchanges that have been approved by the country, and to only buy as much as they need for transactions.
Firms looking to install a teller for virtual exchange conversions in the Philippines must be approved by the country's central bank.
The Philippine central bank has approved the application of Philippine Digital Asset Exchange (PDAX) to operate in the country.
The central bank of the Philippines, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), has green-lighted two crypto exchange applications, giving them permission to begin offering their services in the country.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV Philippines, nChain CEO Jimmy Nguyen admits that there's work to do, but the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is doing right in creating sensible regulation to improve consumer confidence.
At the moment, there are 29 applications under different stages of the application process—twice the number of applications recorded by the central bank in December 2017.