The Monetary Authority of Singapore has issued a warning following a scam that saw Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong embroiled in a token fraud on a local token trading platform.
DBS Group Holdings is planning to establish a new digital asset exchange, in response to rising demand for digital currencies.
United Overseas Bank, one of Singapore’s largest banks, is looking into offering digital currency solutions, according to reports.
The Australian Border Force has partnered with two separate regulatory agencies in Singapore, to run a pilot of digital verification schemes on the blockchain to streamline cross-border trade.
Development Bank of Singapore–Singapore's largest bank–has just announced its plans to launch a digital currency exchange.
OKCoin Singapore General Manager Khairi Azmi talks about the new office, and how the exchange is complying with local regulations.
Fourteen banks in Singapore are teaming up to create a digital trade registry to serve as a central database for accessing records of trade transactions.
Ebang has established a wholly-owned subsidiary in Singapore to prepare for setting up a regulatory-compliant digital currency exchange.
A new Code of Practice has been launched in Singapore, aimed at helping more blockchain firms secure a payment service license.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has proposed a new law that will give it oversight over companies even if they don’t offer services in the country.
Singapore’s Project Ubin blockchain payments network has completed its fifth and final testing phase and will now be integrated into commercial systems.