Digital Asset exchanges who have applied for licenses will be allowed to continue operating legally until at least the end of July.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has issued an update on its AML and CFT guidelines, this time outlining regulations for the digital currency industry.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is reported to be preparing to allow cryptocurrency and other digital asset derivatives to be traded on licensed exchanges.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has completed a blockchain-powered cross border payment system that can handle a wide range of currencies.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is preparing to implement new powers created under the Payment Services Act.
Bitcoin Loophole continues to get called out for its scamming ways, this time by Singapore authorities
Singapore’s de facto central bank is reportedly weighing up a scheme that would allow digital-only banks to obtain a license in the country.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has teamed up with the Bank of Canada, linking their existing experimental blockchain infrastructure to facilitate the pilot transaction.
Authorities in Singapore have warned the public not to be misled by companies that are fraudulently claiming the government has officially adopted a digital currency.
Singapore is proactively working to implement changes that will foster a positive environment in which cryptocurrencies can flourish in the country.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has taken it upon itself to “bring together” cryptocurrency companies and the banks, following complaints from crypto operators about the difficulties in setting up bank accounts in the sovereign city state.