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Bank Negara Malaysia Aims To Regulate But Not Prohibit Bitcoin

Bank Negara Malaysia Aims To Regulate But Not Prohibit Bitcoin

Bank Negara Malaysia Aims to Regulate but not Prohibit Bitcoin JP Buntinx | September 19, 2017 | 11:00 am Bank Negara Malaysia Aims to Regulate but not Prohibit Bitcoin JP Buntinx | September 19, 2017 | 11:00 am Several dozen central banks oppose cryptocurrencies and everything they stand for. At the same time, these same institutions want to create their own digital currency in the future. Bank Negara Malaysia is looking at ways to regulate cryptocurrency sooner rather than later. According to our sources, the bank will have something in place by the end of 2017. No one knows for sure how this will play out, though. Regulation of cryptocurrency is not as easy to define by any means. After all, one cannot regulate something which has no leader or central body. Bitcoin and altcoins have caused many headaches for regulators all over the world. Especially now that the prices are increasing, some countries want to put an end to cryptocurrency once and for all. The only way they can do so is by regulating centralized exchanges and other service providers. How things will play out in Malaysia, remains to be seen. Bank Negara Malaysia made their intentions clear yesterday evening. The institution plans to create cryptocurrency regulations before the end of 2017. That appears to be a rather brief timeline. However, it is possible they have been working on such rules for quite some time now. Defining a guideline for Bitcoin activity in the country will always have some interesting consequences. It is true cryptocurrencies have attracted a lot of attention. Not just from consumers and enthusiasts, but also from central banks. Given the threat Bitcoin poses to traditional banking, regulation is the only option. Unfortunately for the financial sector, they can never regulate Bitco Continue reading >>

Bnm Moves To Make Digital Currencies Transparent

Bnm Moves To Make Digital Currencies Transparent

BNM moves to make digital currencies transparent Bank Negara reminds public that digital currencies are not legal tender in Malaysia. KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is moving to make digital currencies transparent in Malaysia with the issuance for public consultation, an exposure draft on the invocation of reporting obligations on the digital currency exchange business as reporting institutions under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 (AMLA). The central bank in a statement yesterday said it aims to ensure that effective measures are in place against money laundering/terrorism financing risks associated with the use of digital currencies and to increase the transparency of digital currency activities in Malaysia. The proposed policy sets out the legal obligations, requirements and standards that digital currency exchangers which will be defined under the first schedule of the AMLA must carry out as reporting institutions. This includes transparency obligations which are intended to provide relevant information for the public to better understand and evaluate risks associated with the use of digital currencies. Increased transparency will also serve to prevent the use of the digital currencies for criminal or unlawful activities, BNM said. A digital currency exchanger must also declare its details to BNM as a reporting institution. Failure to do so or comply with the reporting obligations may subject the currency exchanger to enforcement and non-compliance actions as provided under the AMLA, as well as the potential termination or denial of use of financial services in Malaysia. BNM said the invocation of reporting obligations on the digital currency exchange business does not in any way connote the Continue reading >>

Malaysia's Central Bank To Decide On Crypto Regulation At Year's End - Bitcoin News

Malaysia's Central Bank To Decide On Crypto Regulation At Year's End - Bitcoin News

Malaysias Central Bank to Decide on Crypto Regulation at Years End Malaysia central bank Governor is taking bitcoin cues from China. His glib statements are attracting widespread regional attention, as Southeast Asias 4th largest economy attempts to reconcile notorious financial conservatism with radical financial change. Also read: Malaysian Central Bank Focuses on Adapting Fintech Regulation Asian Institute of Finance (AIF) hosted its 9th International Conference on Financial Crime and Terrorism Financing (ICFTF) 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. AIF is the promotional arm for both the countrys central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), and its regulatory body, Suruhanjaya Sekuriti Securities Commission Maylasia . ICFTFs keynote was given by Tan Sri Muhammad bin Ibrahim, BNM Governor since 2016. Fifty years at an average 6.5 percent growth rate will do that, as will outperforming Australia and France The conference billed itself as exploring current and new trends in financial crime and the next generation of detection and technological capabilities expected of anti-financial crime professionals to meet global and regulatory expectations. In addition to BNMs Mr. Ibrahim, this years ICFTF listed talks by global law enforcement outfits such as the US Department of Justices East Asia and Pacific Regional Legal Advisor for Cybercrime. In half-a-dozen plenary sessions speakers also included major banks, international businesses, and service providers. Such an august lineup is proof enough Malaysia has arrived on the world financial stage. Fifty years at an average 6.5 percent growth rate will do that, as well as economically outperforming Australia and France (World Economic Forums recent Competitive Rankings ). As a result, theres probably little wonder the country views a Continue reading >>

Malaysia's Central Bank Issues Cryptocurrency Regulation

Malaysia's Central Bank Issues Cryptocurrency Regulation

Malaysia's central bank issues cryptocurrency regulation February 5th 2018 | Malaysia | Financial regulation The global frenzy around cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum has caused prices to fluctuate wildly over the past year, with the price of bitcoin rising from roughly US$800/coin in January2017 to more than US$19,000/coin in December, before falling to around US$10,000 in early February2018, according to Coindesk, a news website. Malaysia has been no exception, with four crypto-exchanges currently in operation. As the market develops, concerns about criminal activity, fraud and tax evasion have led to increased regulation, which Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM, the central bank) hopes will strike a balance between security and innovation. Cryptocurrency mania has swept through Asia over the past year. Japan is fast becoming one of the largest cryptocurrency markets in the world, with nearly a third of bitcoin transactions conducted in yen. South Koreans have perhaps been the most active adopters, with its Bithumb exchange the world's busiest. Bitcoin specifically has achieved mainstream status, with bitcoin futures contracts now offered by CME Group, a Chicago-based derivatives exchange operator, and the Chicago Board Options Exchange. Malaysia has been no exception to the rule, with BNM data showing that the country's four main cryptocurrency exchanges trade an average of M$75m (US$17.3m) eachmonth. The sector's rapid rise has been touted as a major success for innovation and a new era for the financial sector. Blockchain, the digital code underpinning most digital currencies, has been heralded as a breakthrough innovation, with its distributed-ledger verification system currently being implemented by major international financial institutions to increase the Continue reading >>

Cryptocurrency Guidelines To Be Out By Year End Bnm

Cryptocurrency Guidelines To Be Out By Year End Bnm

Cryptocurrency guidelines to be out by year end BNM This article first appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, on September 20, 2017. KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) will issue the necessary guidelines on cryptocurrencies by the end of the year, said the central banks governor Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim. Speaking to the media on the sidelines of the Global Symposium on Development Financial Institutions, Muhammad said BNM seeks to provide clear guidelines to those seeking to participate in the digital currency. We hope that by year end, BNM will be able to come out with some guidelines on cryptocurrency, particularly those related to anti-money laundering and terrorist financing, he said. Muhammads comment on cryptocurrency came after the Securities Commission Malaysia issued a warning to the public of risks in cryptocurrency-based investments or crowdfunding schemes, such as initial coin offerings (ICO) a term closely resembling initial public offering (IPO). Cryptocurrencies, known for the secure transactions driven by the underlying blockchain or encrypted digital ledger technology, is seeing a huge pickup in investor demand this year. The price of bitcoin, the worlds largest cryptocurrency, has quadrupled to hit over US$4,400 (RM18,422) last month, from just under US$1,000 in January this year. The increased number of cryptocurrencies and a rise in investment schemes involving them have sparked different reactions across the board. China which accounted for 23% of global bitcoin trade has already banned ICOs in the country. JPMorgan Chase & Co chief executive officer (CEO) Jamie Dimon reportedly called bitcoin a fraud that is worse than tulip bulbs, referring to the first recorded economic bubble in the world, caused by speculative trading of tulip bulbs in th Continue reading >>

Bank Negara To Meet Digital Coin Exchangers, Seeks Feedback On Reporting Obligations

Bank Negara To Meet Digital Coin Exchangers, Seeks Feedback On Reporting Obligations

Bank Negara to meet digital coin exchangers, seeks feedback on reporting obligations Last updated on 17 December 2017 - 08:59pm KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is scheduled to meet the active digital currency exchangers today with regard to the reporting obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 (AMLA). Were also issuing exposure draft to them for their comments, deputy governor Abdul Rasheed Ghaffour said at a media briefing on Making Digital Currencies Transparent in Malaysia here last Friday. The exposure draft states that upon the initial acceptance of a customer, reporting institutions are required to regularly review and update the customers risk profile based on the level of money laundering and terrorism financing (ML/TF) risks. Reporting institutions are required to conduct customer due diligence on all customers and the persons conducting the transaction in the circumstances set when the reporting institution establishes business relationship with the customer; and when the reporting institutions have any suspicion of ML/TF. Among the data needed by the central bank are the number of transactions, including the conversion from digital currency to fiat money and vice versa as well as conversion from a digital currency to another; the value of the transactions, net buy and sell position, purpose of transactions, payment method and the number of customer accounts. Abdul Rasheed noted that the regulators do not have intention to ban digital currency trading as it is part of market innovation and creativity. What is important is we need to balance this between public interest and the integrity of the financial system. We need to take a careful approach and considerations on this. Abd Continue reading >>

Malaysia's Central Bank Releases Draft Rules For Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Malaysia's Central Bank Releases Draft Rules For Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Malaysia's Central Bank Releases Draft Rules for Cryptocurrency Exchanges Dec 14, 2017 at 20:00 UTC|UpdatedDec 14, 2017 at 21:02 UTC Malaysia's central bank has published new draft regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges that operate in the country. On Thursday, Bank Negara Malaysia announced the move in a release on its website , asking the public to weigh in on measures aimed at easing money laundering and terrorist financing concerns related to cryptocurrencies. Following months of work in this area, the proposed regulations require businesses to verify their customers' identities, monitor transactions and report any suspicious activities toMalaysian authorities. Additionally, companies must report usage statistics to the central bank. If approved, the regulations would apply to any person or company which exchanges cryptocurrency on behalf of someone else.And while the regulations acknowledge that companies might use cryptocurrencies, the nation officially still does not recognize them as legal tender. "Members of the public are therefore advised to undertake the necessary due diligence and assessment of the risks involved in dealing in digital currencies or with entities providing services associated with digital currencies." Bank Negara Malaysia is taking written feedback on the draft rules until Jan. 14, according to the release. The regulations were explained by governor Muhammad Ibrahim last month as tools to prevent illicit money transmission. While the regulations will only apply to exchanges - "which are being referred to as "reporting institutions" - the country's securities regulator is looking at creating a framework for cryptocurrencies in general as well. The leader in blockchain news, CoinDesk is a media outlet that strives for the highest journalist Continue reading >>

Govt May Appoint An Official Cryptocurrency Exchange - The Malaysian Reserve

Govt May Appoint An Official Cryptocurrency Exchange - The Malaysian Reserve

Govt may appoint an official cryptocurrency exchange Govt may appoint an official cryptocurrency exchange All cryptocurrencies conversions into cash must be reported as transactions under the anti-money laundering laws in January Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is likely to appoint an official cryptocurrency exchange to have a greater oversight and control into the somewhat mysterious digital currency tradings. The countrys monetary authority on Wednesday announced that all cryptocurrencies conversions into cash must be reported as transactions under the anti-money laundering laws, effective January 2018. The control of cryptocurrency trading was expected after the central bank had said that the digital currency could be used for criminal activities, or to finance terrorism activities. Digital currency conversion into cash will now fall under the strict Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001. Luno, one of the biggest and globally recognised cryptocurrency exchangers, could be appointed as the sole crypto exchange, said an industry expert. Luno is currently one of the most active exchange platforms in the country with offices in Singapore and South Africa. Luno currently trades the two most popular cryptocurrencies bitcoin and ethereum. It is believed that the authorities have proposed that Luno expand its presence in Malaysia. If it is materialised, our bitcoins will be safely guarded at Luno and transactions monitored, said the industry source who is familiar with the local digital-currency market. Besides Luno, other cryptocurrencies exchange platforms used by locals are Coinhako and Localbitcoins. According to the industry expert, Luno is the only platform that has access to the local banks. But digital currency marke Continue reading >>

Bank Negara Malaysia Archives - Bitcoin News

Bank Negara Malaysia Archives - Bitcoin News

This week the Bitcoin ABC developers officially announced the much anticipated Bitcoin Cash network hard fork on May 15 read more. News.Bitcoin.com is Hiring Editorial Staff In Tokyo, Stockholm and Your Town. Are you an experienced news editor or a news reporter with a nose for crypto? We are on a roll increasing our readership every day serving millions of readers each month read more. Click here to view recorded livestreams from the Satoshis Vision Conference, that took place in Tokyo this weekend (MAR 23-25). Listen to The Bitcoin .com Podcast Network Available for Android and iOS: Try out the new Bitcoin .com Mobile Wallet Download the Bitcoin.com Wallet right to your device for easy and secure access to your bitcoins. Perfect for beginners, the Bitcoin.com Wallet makes using and holding bitcoins easy. No logins required. Facebook has recently made some changes to show you less news and more family-oriented pics and videos even though youve previously subscribed. Heres how to make Facebook show you our content again; Facebook has recently made some changes to show you less news. Heres how to make Facebook show you our content again; a. Visit our Facebook Page b. Click the Follow button under our cover image. c. Select the See first option. pic.twitter.com/tFmrF73WQ7 Continue reading >>

Is Bitcoin Legal In Malaysia?

Is Bitcoin Legal In Malaysia?

Bitcoin seems to be all the craze these days. Its making financial headlines almost everyday. The news is usually about the price of Bitcoin hitting new highs, but there are also news about hacks where a lot of Bitcoin was stolen . Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, which is basically a digital currency - just like the Ringgit, except it only exists on a computer. You can find the finer details here if youre interested. We wont go into a discussion about the features of Bitcoin, so well leave it at that a lot of people like the advantages Bitcoin offers over conventional currency like the Ringgit. Bitcoin has gained so much traction that some of our local shops have started accepting it, such as this Kelantanese nasi kerabu stall , and these noodle stalls in Puchong, Selangor . You might not have even questioned whether Bitcoin is legal in Malaysia, until some other countries started banning it . Our own Bank Negara was also deciding on how to treat Bitcoin in October 2017 (well get to their actual decision later). But in the first place, is Bitcoin legal or not? Bitcoin is not recognized as money in Malaysia One of the key features of Bitcoin is that its not issued by the Central Bank of any country. The thing is, this feature is exactly what makes Bitcoin not recognized as money in Malaysia (or not legal tender as the law puts it). Just like these ancient coins. Image from ngccoin In Malaysia, whats recognized as currency is controlled by the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 2009 (CBM 2009), and Part III of the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 1958 (CBM 1958). Under Section 20 of the CBM 1958, only Bank Negara has the right to issue currency in Malaysia - any currencies issued by other people are illegal. Section 20 of the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 1958 The Bank shall have the Continue reading >>

Bank Negara To Decide By Dec 31 If Alternative Cryptocurrency Should Be Banned

Bank Negara To Decide By Dec 31 If Alternative Cryptocurrency Should Be Banned

Bank Negara to decide by Dec 31 if alternative cryptocurrency should be banned Decision soon: Muhammad speaking at the launch of the conference in Kuala Lumpur. He says if Malaysia decides to recognise digital currencies, then guidelines will be issued on Malaysias approach towards investing in it. KUALA LUMPUR: Those investing in cryptocurrency will know by the end of the year if it would be a legal investment scheme in Malaysia. As other countries have increasingly banned this form of currency, Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim said that it would make a decision on the matter by the end of the year. In less than three months, we should be able to give you more details, he said when asked if there were any plans to place a ban on cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, similar to what had been done by Chinas government. Muhammad said that if Bank Negara decided to recognise cryptocurrency, then guidelines would be issued by the end of the year on Malaysias approach towards investing in it. The guidelines that we will be issuing before the end of the year will address issues in terms of registering the players, collecting data and ensuring that whatever they do will be transparent, he told reporters on the sidelines of the 9th International Conference on Financial Crime and Terrorism Financing (ICFCT). It was earlier reported that Bank Negara was planning to unveil guidelines on cryptocurrencies by the end of this year. Muhammad recently said that this new form of currency had attracted much attention internationally, and that the guidelines would also relate to anti-money laundering and terrorism financing. A statement by Bank Negara back in January 2014 said that bitcoin is not recognised as legal tender in Malaysia. Other countries in the region that have plac Continue reading >>

Bank Negara To Issue Guidelines On Bitcoin, Other Cryptocurrencies By Year End

Bank Negara To Issue Guidelines On Bitcoin, Other Cryptocurrencies By Year End

Bank Negara to issue guidelines on bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies by year end A Bitcoin coin is seen in an illustration picture taken at La Maison du Bitcoin in Paris June 23, 2017. Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 19 Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is planning to issueguidelines on cryptocurrency by year-end, said Governor, Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim. He said cryptocurrency, or digital currency,hadattracted a lot of attention from central banks around the globe. We hope that byyear-end, BNMwill be able to come out with some guidelines on cryptocurrency, particularlythose relatedto anti-money laundering and terrorist financing. We want to ensure that there is a clear guidelinefor those who want to participate in this particular sector, he told reporters on the sidelines of the Global Symposium on Development Financial Institutions here, today. Cryptocurrency, such as bitcoin,is adigital assetdesigned to work as amedium of exchange usingcryptographyto secure the transactions and control the creation of additional units of the currency. Cryptocurrencies are used primarily outside existing banking and governmental institutions, and exchanged over the Internet. While these alternativedecentralised modes of exchange are in the early stages of development, they have the unique potential to challenge existing currency and payments systems. As atJune 2017, total market capitalisation of cryptocurrenciesexceeded US$100 billion(RM419.1 billion), recording a daily volume of morethan US$6 billion. On another note, Muhammad said that strong economic growthand manageable inflation gavethe central bank more flexibility to formulateinterest rate policy. BNM haskept its overnight policy rate unchanged at 3.0 per cent earlier this month, keeping the rate steady since July 2016. Our next monetary Continue reading >>

Are We Ready For Bitcoin?

Are We Ready For Bitcoin?

IN simple language, bitcoin is digital currency, digital cash or electronic currency. It has become a contentious issue for regulators, enforcers and tax authorities over the past decade since it was invented by an unknown programmer and released as an open software in 2009. Bitcoin was created to be a secure, non-regulated, decentralised alternative currency, allowing users anonymity. It is a new way for people to do business. Bitcoins are brought into circulation through a process known as mining. Bitcoin transactions take place on virtual markets known as exchanges and are stored by users in unique wallets, which contain private keys that allow users to prove their ownership. As of February 2015, more than 100,000 merchants and vendors accepted bitcoin as payment. According to a report published by Cambridge University recently, there are between three and six million people using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them bitcoin. Government agencies are understandably concerned because of its ability to be used anonymously, and therefore a potential instrument for money laundering and various criminal activities. Writer James E. McWhinney in Investopedia said bitcoin was the first decentralised peer-to-peer payment network powered by its users with no central authority or middlemen. That lack of central authority is the primary reason governments are afraid of it. In April 2012, the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation published a report citing fears that bitcoins may be used by cybercriminals in illicit activities. The report, Bitcoin Virtual Currency: Unique Features Present Distinct Challenges For Deterring Illicit Activity, is available online. In Europe, the European Banking Authority (EBA) issued a statement in 2013 warning the general public of risks in Continue reading >>

Bank Negara To Enforce Cryptocurrency Regulations In 2018

Bank Negara To Enforce Cryptocurrency Regulations In 2018

Bank Negara to enforce cryptocurrency regulations in 2018 Updated 4 months ago Published on 22 Nov 2017 12:43PM 0 comments Governor Muhammad Ibrahim says the use of artificial intelligence and big data in the financial sector will have the potential to increase the efficiency and accuracy of assessments, which is essential in a dynamic environment. The Malaysian Insight file pic, November 22, 2017. BANK Negara Malaysia will designate persons converting cryptocurrencies into fiat money as reporting institutions under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 beginning next year. Governor Muhammad Ibrahim said the move was aimed at preventing the abuse of the system for criminal and unlawful activities, and ensuring the stability and integrity of the financial system. We need to prepare ourselves, as according to many pundits, digital currencies will become the new norm. "The advent of digital currencies, as some have forecast, will mark the beginning of a new era in the financial sector. As authorities, we cannot be oblivious to these developments," he said in his welcoming remarks at the Third Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF) Summit 2017 in Kuala Lumpur today. He said artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data technology were tools that would likely be imperative as suspicious transactions became more complex and harder to detect. "As we have learned from the Innovation Forum at this summit, the use of artificial intelligence and big data will have the potential to increase the efficiency and accuracy of assessments, which is essential in a dynamic environment. "The banking sector needs to adopt the latest and most advanced technologies to improve its risk management framework. Muhammad said greater ac Continue reading >>

Malaysia's Central Bank Is Considering A Cryptocurrency Ban - Coindesk

Malaysia's Central Bank Is Considering A Cryptocurrency Ban - Coindesk

Malaysia's Central Bank Is Considering a Cryptocurrency Ban The governor of Malaysia's central bank would not rule out a ban on cryptocurrencies when discussing upcoming regulation yesterday. Speaking to reporters at a financial crime conference in Kuala Lumpur, the governor ofBank Negara Malaysia (BNM) said it will decide "before the end of the year" whether to ban the trading of cryptocurrencies under its mandate as a domestic financial regulator. Yet, in subsequent statements, Ibrahim hinted that Malaysia's final stance might not be so severe. According to the Malaysian Insight , he said: "This (ban on cryptocurrencies) is something that we will decide on by the end of the year. The guidelines that we will be issuing before the end of the year will address issues in terms of registering the players, collecting data and ensuring that whatever they do will be transparent." Pushed for further information,Ibrahim called for patience. "Now is only October," he said. "In less than three months we will give you the details." While it had previously stated that bitcoin would be left unregulated, BNM announced in September it would begin to create guidelines for entities working with cryptocurrencies. Last month, BNM issued an investor warning for those participating in blockchain token sales, also called initial coin offerings (ICOs). That announcement came soon after Chinese authorities issued a statement in early September ordering an immediate halt to all token sales. Under seeming regulatory pressure, leading cryptocurrency exchanges came forward in the subsequent weeks to announce they would be voluntarily closing their doors in light of the ban. Continue reading >>

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