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The Malaysian central bank, BNM, is expected to issue a directive to regulate the use of digital currencies in early 2018.
Monetary regulators should study cryptocurrencies to better regulate them, according to Singapore’s Monetary Authority.
What the future holds for Blockchain in Asia? BlockShow’s recent meetup journey helped to shed some light on it.
Over 46 mln Malaysian phone records are now on sale for a single Bitcoin as authorities investigate.
Sick and tired of inflated phone bills after your foreign trip? TripAlly is working on building a platform that will set you free.
Malaysia is set to issue new cryptocurrency guidelines by the end of 2017.
NEM launched its Blockchain center in Malaysia in partnership with Malaysian Digital Economic Corporation (MDEC), the government’s branch for its digital effort...
In April a Blockchain conference BLOKTEX will premiere in Kuala Lumpur gathering high-profile experts and thought leaders in Blockchain technology and cryptocur...
Malaysian game developer Xhai Studios is integrating NEM’s Blockchain platform to iron out efficiencies and offer new options to players.
Jack Ma, founder of the US$239 billion e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba, was appointed by the Malaysian government to mentor its transition to digital economy.
Increasing financial corruption and a weakening currency pushes people to try alternative financial systems like Bitcoin. No wonder that Bitcoin is thriving in ...
CoinBit.me is a new Bitcoin platform that was launched in Malaysia in April. Since its inception, 17,800 registered users from all around the world have signed ...
Malaysia’s Central Bank has chimed in with a couple of other countries to issue policy statements on Bitcoin at the beginning of this new year.
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