Crypto

Singapore paves way for ‘differentiated’ stablecoins

By James King
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The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has published new proposals for the regulation of stablecoin issuers and intermediaries, in a move that underscores the city-state’s intent to become a global leader in the sector.

The suggested framework, which was published on October 26, imposes reserve asset requirements, disclosure and prudential ...

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