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Singapore stablecoin rules to serve as ‘blueprint’ for APAC

By James King
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Singapore is introducing licensing and reserve asset requirements for stablecoin issuers, under a new digital asset framework that fires the starting gun on a push for regulatory clarity across the Asia Pacific region. 

The Monetary Authority of Singapore’s new rules apply to single-currency stablecoins that are pegged to ...

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