Malaysian Central Bank Will Let Public Decide On Cryptocurrencies

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Malaysian Central Bank has given the Authorities to Public to Decide Cryptocurrencies

In order to decide whether to ban or adopt the cryptocurrencies, Bank Negara Malaysia is taking its approach towards public whether to consider the cryptocurrencies or not.

According to the reports, describes that Governor Muhammad Ibrahim of Bank Negara Malaysia, the country’s central bank, will release a concept paper regarding cryptocurrencies for the public consideration. The bank has promised to neither ban nor confirmed its adoption, but will let the public decide on which cryptocurrencies thrive and which fall into obscurity.

Ibrahim explained:

“Basically, we will let the cryptocurrency promoters including bitcoin, Ethereum, and ripple to be more transparent by doing so, the public can decide on its own if they want to invest in cryptocurrencies.”

Another official of Malaysia, who opposed heavy restrictions, is Deputy Finance Minister Johri Abdul Ghani who believes in the ban on creativity and innovation in the financial sector.

Recently SEC announced that Cryptocurrency and ICO Fraud to be controlled by SEC as the Higher Priority because the cryptocurrency and ICO markets have grown rapidly and presented a number of risks for retail investors. Along with the growth of these products and markets, the number of broker-dealers and investment advisers engaged in this space continues to grow as well. They will constantly control the sale of these products, and where the products are securities, examine for regulatory compliance.

Nishanth Shetty

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