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Singapore, India and South Korea have Legalized Bitcoin Trading
In 2020, more and more countries have legalized bitcoin trading or requires all crypto businesses operating in their country to be licensed. Singapore: On January 28, 2020, Singapore’s Payment Services Act came into force. It requires all crypto businesses operating in Singapore to be registered and licensed. The Payment Services Act covers "digital payment token services". The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) believes bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have “significant” money laundering risks. The act requires all crypto companies and exchanges to comply with anti-money laundering (AML) and counter financing of terrorism (CFT) requirements. India: On March 3, 2020, India’s Supreme Court lifted ban on bitcoin trading. India has forbidden citizens from trading cryptocurrencies like bitcoin since 2018. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) thought cryptocurrencies would undermine “the integrity of the banking system” and could be used for money laundering and other illegal activity in 2018. Many crypto exchanges in India have celebrated the new ruling. “Crypto has won in India,” tweeted the CEO of WazirX. India has a population of more than 1Billion and is the world’s third-largest economy. India’s new ruling will have positive impact on the global crypto ecosystem. South Korea: On March 5, 2020, South Korea’s National Assembly passed an amendment to its Reporting and Use of Specific Financial Information Act, legalizing cryptocurrency trading. South Korean President Jae-in Moon now has to sign the amendment into law to start the enactment process. The new bill will require crypto companies, such as exchanges, wallets, and custodial service providers, to comply with anti-money laundering (AML) rules and know your customer (KYC) procedures by the end of the first quarter of 2021. This will add compliance costs for cryptocurrency exchanges and wallet providers. Many small and medium-sized crypto companies will go bankrupt in the future. With the legalization of bitcoin trading in Singapore, India and South Korea, more and more people will have legal access to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The entire cryptocurrency market may enter an uptrend this year.
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Third-Largest Market . South Korea is the third-largest market for bitcoin trades in the world, coming in behind Japan and the United States, according to a report by BBC.The small country is home What South Korea's Cryptocurrency Ban Means for Bitcoin. a Beijing-based crypto exchange, is planning to set up shop in South Korea even after hearing about these regulations. Coinplug is a Bitcoin exchange based in South Korea. Customers can buy bitcoin by making a bank deposit to one of Coinplug's virtual bank accounts. Coinplug also operates the okBitcard service which allows bitcoin vouchers to be purchased from any 7-11, Mini Stop or Nautilus ATM across South Korea. Bitcoin Cash has been added to Mecon Cash’s M.Pay platform which is integrated with over 13,000 ATMs in South Korea. By making bitcoin cash usable for Trading on Bitcoin Cash KYC-Free South Korea Legalizes Crypto Trading. According to The News Asia, South Korea’s National Assembly passed an amendment to its Reporting and Use of Specific Financial Information Act, legalizing cryptocurrency trading.Local South Korea media outlet Maeil Kyungjae revealed that the motion to amend the bill received unilateral support with 182 votes in favor and zero against.
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