Singapore’s central bank has released the new regulatory framework for payment service providers in the country. Allowing payment providers to support Cryptocurrencies once they are licensed.


Singapore’s central bank has released the new regulatory framework for payment service providers in the country. Allowing payment providers to support Cryptocurrencies once they are licensed.

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Telcoin’s final steps toward getting licensed in the philipenes and rolling out their services through national telcom operators!


Late last month, after Telcoin completed all required documentation for the Virtual Currency Exchange (VCE) license for the Philippines regulator, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), and successfully submitted to them, Claude and Eric traveled to Manila to meet with Philippines regulators and conducted a presentation and demo about how Telcoin will serve Filipino users and their relatives.
Telcoin is moving forward and we are happy to announce that recently the BSP concluded that Telcoin’s business model and technology met or exceeded the rigorous standards for required licensing, and have issued the company a formal
“Letter of No Objection” – opening the door for full Telcoin operations in the Philippines in the very near future.

Read more about the latest updates here!
https://mailchi.mp/37c35aa6071f/newsletter-11

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David Jevans: Careful Where You Buy Crypto From! Regulation of crypto assets is a big topic in the current flow of news, with a recent report by The WSJ accusing Shapeshift of money laundering through Monero, a privacy coin that licensed exchanges in Japan were banned from listing.


David Jevans: Careful Where You Buy Crypto From! Regulation of crypto assets is a big topic in the current flow of news, with a recent report by The WSJ accusing Shapeshift of money laundering through Monero, a privacy coin that licensed exchanges in Japan were banned from listing.

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