Categoría: Singapore

Singapur busca información detallada de las criptoempresas antes de las nuevas regulaciones, Informe revela

Financial authorities in Singapore are taking steps toward increased oversight in the crypto space with the city-states central bank reportedly asking companies to provide additional information about their activities and assets. Ahead of a possible broadening of the applicable rules, the......

El criptoprestamista Hodlnaut detiene los retiros: la empresa cita las condiciones del mercado, A pesar del reciente Crypto Rally

On August 8, the crypto exchange and lending platform Hodlnaut announced that the company has paused withdrawals, token swaps, and deposits. Hodlnaut joins a slew of crypto firms that have frozen withdrawals during the last three months, leaving customers little hope......

Study Shows Singapore Leads in NFT Searches Worldwide, Researchers Say ‘Poland Is the Most Anti-NFT Country’

During the past seven days, non-fungible token (NFT) sales have dropped 23.37% and 30-day statistics show NFT sales are down 63.10% from the month prior. While NFT interest has been waning, a recent study indicates that global regions like Singapore and......

Estudio muestra que Estados Unidos es el hogar de 41% de las empresas NFT en todo el mundo

According to a study calledA World of NFT Adoptionpublished by nftclub.com, the United States has the most non-fungible token (NFT) company headquarters in the world. While the U.S. captures more than 41% of the NFT companies worldwide, the second......

Banco Central de Singapur: Queremos ser un centro criptográfico global responsable

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the countrys central bank and the regulator of the crypto sector, says that its licensing process for digital asset service providers needs to be stringent. “It needs to be because we want to be a......

100 Companies Fail to Obtain Crypto Licenses in Singapore Due to Tough Regulation

Más que 100 companies that applied for a license to offer crypto services in Singapore have either been turned down or withdrawn their applications. “Cryptocurrencies could be abused for money laundering, terrorism financing, or proliferation financing due to the speed and......