US regulations have no bearing on Singapore’s stance on digital tokens
In August 2017 the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”) announced that it would regulate the exchange of virtual currencies and the offer or issue of digital tokens. This announcement came in the wake of an increase in the number of initial coin offerings (ICOs) as a means of raising funds. The new rules were part of a broader set of new regulations on payment services designed to control money laundering and terrorism financing risks. …
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