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DBS ready to launch crypto exchange

Singapore’s DBS Bank will Launch its Crypto Exchange

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The crypto adoption process has been growing. Singapore's largest bank DBS has decided to be a part of it. On 27 October the bank published about the launch of its “DBS Digital Exchange”, which has probably been deleted afterwards. Anyway, there are a lot of screenshots distributed in the...

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Singapore's blockchain ecosystem has grown by 50% since 2019

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Singapore’s blockchain ecosystem now has 234 companies. Such statistics were provided by a group of organizations, which also compiled a “map” with the logos of these companies. It turned out that since 2019, the number of blockchain companies has grown by more than 50%. The map, which was...

FATF

East Asia is most prepared to implement FATF principles

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CoolBitX founder Michael Ou says Asian countries are leading the way in introducing a “travel rule” for the FATF, which should be offered no later than June 2020. CoolBitX itself has developed a solution to implement the travel rule called Sygna Bridge. It allows exchanges to communicate with...

dForce hack

Customers of the hacked dForce got back their $25 million

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The management of decentralized finance service dForce announced a plan for the redistribution of assets after an attacker returns all funds stolen from the site in the amount of $24.9 million. Over 90% of assets have been distributed to users in less than 24 hours. 100% users have been made whole...

Binance Singapore crypto license

Binance will receive a new crypto license in Singapore

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Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has applied for a license to work in Singapore under the new law on payment services, according to Bloomberg. “We quickly applied. Singapore-based Binance has close contact with local regulators, and they have always been open to new things, ”said Binance CEO...

Bitcoin ransomware Mark Cheng

Eco-activist paid ransomware 1.4 million baht in bitcoins

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Avelife's cofounder of social and environmental projects in Singapore, Mark Cheng, has been abducted by a business partner in Thailand. The extortionist demanded a ransom of 1.4 million Thai baht (about $46 thousand), writes The New Paper. On January 9, Cheng, along with his colleague Lee Wei Kim,...

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