It has been a busy week for Singapore as it relates to cryptocurrency. The city-state is set open the first fiat-crypto exchange in Southeast Asia, while the financial regulator has vowed to help crypto companies set up local bank accounts, according to media reports. Also read: Salt to Offer Crypto-Backed Loans in 7 Global Markets, […]
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