The State of Security Token Regulations in Asia
Some Asian countries have gone a long way toward shoring up their rules and regulations around cryptocurrencies and security tokens.
Bakkt, the bitcoin subsidiary of NYSE owner ICE, has announced the launch date and specs for its Singapore-listed, cash-delivered bitcoin futures.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city-state's de facto central bank, may soon allow cryptocurrency-based derivatives to be traded on regulated platforms.
A team of Morgan Stanley veterans have launched a crypto derivatives trading platform, claiming it is faster and more secure than some of the market’s biggest players.
A new trial will examine if digitalizing fixed income securities with DLT can bring new efficiencies to the Asian markets.
Working with JPMorgan and Temasek, Singapore's central bank has developed a prototype blockchain-based cross border payments system.