Digital asset exchange (DAX) operator Tokenize Malaysia has been given the official green light by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) to operate in Malaysia. Users in Malaysia and globally can now safely and securely trade digital assets such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Ripple (XRP) on the platform.
Microsoft has been an active participant in Safer Internet Day each year since it started in 2004, and for the past several years, it’s also served as the launch date for our Digital Civility Index (DCI). The DCI is based on a survey we conduct in 25 countries worldwide, and it polls teens and adults about their encounters with 21 different online risks. You can find this year’s report and a number of other related resources here.
It’s a go! The Securities Commission (SC) of Malaysia has granted Luno full approval to operate as a Recognised Market Operator (Digital Asset Exchange); the first cryptocurrency exchange in the country to receive this approval. Luno can now offer Malaysians the opportunity to safely and legally buy, sell and store cryptocurrency on its platform.
Cryptocurrency, powered by blockchain technology, gives us a glimpse of the future of a decentralised, secure digital asset ecosystem. The volatility of cryptocurrencies and lack of commercial use cases remain deterrents to the adoption of digital assets as a serious payment solution. HWGG Capital PLC, a blockchain payment solutions provider, hopes to change this with its latest payment service: HWG Cash Card. The new offering enables consumers to use their digital assets like Bitcoin and Ethereum as payment globally.
It’s a long time coming, but Malaysian crypto exchange Luno Malaysia Sdn Bhd (“Luno”) is a step closer to becoming a Recognised Market Operator. In a blog post, Luno revealed that the Securities Commission (SC) of Malaysia has conditionally approved the company’s application as a Recognised Market Operator (Digital Asset Exchange).