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Malaysia's Bank Negara Lets Public Decide On Future Of Cryptocurrency

Malaysia's Bank Negara Lets Public Decide On Future Of Cryptocurrency

Malaysia's bank Negara lets public decide on future of cryptocurrency KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Bank Negara, the central bank of Malaysia will release a concept paper soon for public to decide on the fate of cryptocurrencies. It will not recognise nor ban cryptocurrencies. A concept paper on cryptocurrency will be finalised this month for public to decide on the future of such currency, says Bank Negara governor Muhammad Ibrahim. He stressed that the central bank would not recognise cryptocurrency as fiat money. Bank Negara would also not ban cryptocurrency either but leave it to the market to decide on the fate of cryptocurrency. The key point is one must know what does it have internally. Basically, we will let the cryptocurrency promoters including bitcoin, ethereum and ripple to be more transparent, the methods to be more transparent and people behind the scene are to be more transparent too. By doing so, the public can decide on its own if they want to invest in cryptocurrencies, he said. Muhammad said this during a question and answer session at the 40th anniversary dinner of Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysia. Unlike other countries which decided to ban on cryptocurrency, Malaysia adopted a slightly different approach. Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani had said Malaysia would not completely ban transaction on cryptocurrency as such move would curb creativity and innovation in financial sector. As of September 2017, there are more than 1,100 types of cryptocurrency. On the other hand, Muhammad said according to data, many aged between 35 and 45 are bankrupt for owing credit cards. While increase in cost of living is true, people should also examine their lifestyle. He said currently 40 per cent of lower income group (income lower than RM3,855) st Continue reading >>

Cryptocurrency Traders Await Bank Negara Guidelines On Digital Coin Atms

Cryptocurrency Traders Await Bank Negara Guidelines On Digital Coin Atms

Cryptocurrency traders await Bank Negara guidelines on digital coin ATMs PETALING JAYA: Malaysia may have seen its first digital coin auto teller machine in 2016, before the global cryptocurrency craze peaked at end-2017, but the number has not grown beyond one because, as one operator sees it, the operation of such a facility currently falls under a grey area of the countrys existing laws. There was no mention of the regulation of digital coin auto teller machines more commonly known as bitcoin ATMs or BTMs in Bank Negara Malaysias (BNM) policy document on cryptocurrencies released about two weeks ago. Earlier, XBit Asia co-founder Yuwarajan K told SunBiz that the company will wait for a comprehensive framework on digital currencies before bringing in any bitcoin ATM. We dont have a bitcoin ATM yet because BNM has to come out with all these things (the framework) first. Its very simple. With an ATM, you will know whos withdrawing and depositing. There is a mechanism for knowing this. Were in talks with them (the central bank), but the framework has to be out, he said. Yuwarajan said XBit Asia, as a digital currency exchange which has been operating since September 2016, can operate BTMs which are connected to the platform, but they have chosen to hold off doing so while awaiting guidelines from BNM. PinkExc, another digital currency exchanger, brought in the countrys first BTM in 2016. Besides bitcoin, the machine, which is in Ipoh, also trades dash and litecoin. It allows trading of coins up to RM300 with a 10% processing fee per transaction. PinkExc founder Fitry Daud said the company is still in talks with Bank Negara on the operation of BTMs. We didnt receive any letter from BNM on the matter. The company has said that it plans to set up 100 BTMs in Southeast Asia Continue reading >>

Bank Negara Malaysia Archives - Bitcoin News

Bank Negara Malaysia Archives - Bitcoin News

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Malaysia Central Bank: 9 Banks Experimenting With Blockchain Scalable Use Cases

Malaysia Central Bank: 9 Banks Experimenting With Blockchain Scalable Use Cases

Malaysia Central Bank: 9 Banks Experimenting With Blockchain Scalable Use Cases Blockchain use cases are currently the subject of an interbank project to implement it in trade finance in Malaysia, says the countrys central bank. Malaysias central bank hinted it is planning to integrate Blockchain in its banking sector, its deputy governor revealing ongoing development work in a speech Thursday, March 22. Speaking at the Asian Banker Digital Finance Convention 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Bank Negara Malaysias (BNM) deputy governor Jessica Chew Cheng Lian announced that nine domestic banks had partnered to build a trade finance Blockchain project. In the blockchain space, the industry in a number of jurisdictions has pooled resources to defray the cost of experimentation involved in developing scaleable [sic] use cases for the technologys application, she told the audience, stating: In Malaysia, nine banks have done this by coming together to develop blockchain applications for trade finance. As banks throughout Asia join together to examine various uses of Blockchain technology, including partnerships with Blockchain startups such as Ripple for remittances this month, competition is increasingly intense. Malaysia appears to have consolidated its regulatory plans regarding both Blockchain and cryptocurrencies, BNM introducing new legislation in February that sets standards for the countrys crypto exchanges. While no further details are currently known about the banking sector plans, Lian also said BNM was working on Open Application Programme Interfaces (Open APIs), which allow the creation of shared information networks. A dedicated working group has been established to work on best practices, she added. In a curious twist, the speech referred to American company Kodak as an 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 >>

[updated] Malaysian Central Bank Will Let Public Decide On Cryptocurrencies

[updated] Malaysian Central Bank Will Let Public Decide On Cryptocurrencies

[UPDATED] Malaysian Central Bank Will Let Public Decide On Cryptocurrencies Choosing to neither ban nor acknowledge them as fiat currencies, Bank Negara Malaysia is taking a laissez-faire approach to cryptocurrencies. After receiving input from various stakeholders, Malaysia's central bank has issued a policy that aims to address the "money laundering and terrorism financing risks associated with the use of digital currencies and to increase the transparency of digital currency activities in Malaysia." Reports from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on February 12, 2018, indicate that Governor Muhammad Ibrahim of Bank Negara Malaysia , the country's central bank, will release a concept paper on cryptocurrencies for public consideration later this month. The bank has pledged to neither ban cryptocurrencies nor classify them as fiat, but will let the market decide on which cryptocurrencies thrive and which fall into obscurity. Ibrahim explained the approach of the bank as he fielded questions during the 40th anniversary dinner of Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysia: "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 in Malaysia who opposes heavy restrictions is Deputy Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani , who believes a ban might "curb creativity and innovation in [the] financial sector." In a speech he gave on February 9 before attendants at the Sime Darby Convention Centre, Ibrahim touched on the inflation that Malaysia experienced in 2008 and his country's deviation from the norm. He quoted President John F. Kennedy about "conformity" being "the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth." The s Continue reading >>

Bank Negara Keeps Tight Rein On Digital Currencies With Policy Paper

Bank Negara Keeps Tight Rein On Digital Currencies With Policy Paper

Bank Negara keeps tight rein on digital currencies with policy paper KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia is keeping a tight rein on digital currencies such as bitcoin with effective measures against money laundering and terrorism financing risks. In its policy statement issued on Tuesday, it emphasised that while digital curencies are not legal tender in Malaysia, it wanted to increase the transparency of digital currency activities in the country. Bank Negara highlighted the reporting obligations on the digital currency business are not an authorisation, licensing, endorsement or validation by the bank of digital currency exchange services, and that digital curencies are not legal tender in Malaysia. Its document, entitled Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism Policy for Digital Currencies (Sector 6), incorporated the feedback received during public consultation on the exposure draft released on Dec 14, 2017. It received feedback from representatives of existing digital currency exchangers, industry associations, law firms, financial institutions, academia as well as interested individuals. Bank Negara pointed out digital currency businesses are not covered by prudential and market conduct standards or arrangements that are applicable to financial institutions which it regulates. "Members of the public are advised to carefully evaluate the risks associated with dealings in digital currencies." BNM advised any persons involved in digital currencies to refer to the policy to determine its applicability and comply accordingly. "Persons covered under the policy as reporting institutions are expected to comply with the provisions of the Companies Act 2016 including the requirement to be incorporated or registered." According to the policy document any per Continue reading >>

Bnm: Concept Paper On Cryptocurrency To Be Finalised This Month

Bnm: Concept Paper On Cryptocurrency To Be Finalised This Month

BNM: Concept paper on cryptocurrency to be finalised this month KUALA LUMPUR: A concept paper on cryptocurrency will be finalised this month and made available for the public to decide on the future of this form of currency, said Bank Negara Malaysia governor Muhammad Ibrahim. Basically, we are going to make the promoters of the cryptocurrency, which include bitcoin, ethereum and ripple, to be more transparent, the methodology transparent and the people behind it transparent, too. Hopefully, by doing this, the people can make their decision on whether to invest in cryptocurrency, he said during a question-and-answer session at the recent 40th Anniversary Dinner of Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysia. He said Malaysia was taking a slightly different approach towards the cryptocurrency, unlike some countries which decided to ban it. We are not going to ban it for now, but we are going to let the market decide the future of cryptocurrency. The key point is that they must know what they are in for, he said, adding however, that BNM did not recognise the cryptocurrency as the fiat money. Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani had reportedly said Malaysia would not impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrency trading as more locals bet on the new investment asset class and because there was growing interest for a currency that was free from regulatory claws. He said banning the cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, would only curb innovation and creativity in the financial sector, particularly financial technology, or fintech. As of September 2017, there were over 1,100 digital currencies in existence. The cryptocurrencies are normally used outside the existing banking and governmental institutions and are exchanged over the Internet. Earlier, the governor also said 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 >>

Meet The 9 Cryptocurrency Exchanges In Malaysia Registered With Bnm

Meet The 9 Cryptocurrency Exchanges In Malaysia Registered With Bnm

Bank Negara Malaysia has published the list of cryptocurrency exchanges in Malaysia that has registered itselves as a reporting entity with the regulator. This follows our report issuance of the policy paper titledAnti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism Policy for Digital Currencies (Sector 6). While these entities are registered with the central bank we would like to reiterate as we did in our previous articles that, Bank Negara Malaysia emphasises in this policy paper that reporting organisations i.e exchanges are not allowed to portray itself as a licensed entity under the central bank though they have reporting obligations to the regulator. Investors in cryptocurrencies should also be mindful that since these exchanges are only reporting entities and not regulated entities, there will be no elements of consumer protection the will be no formal channels in which investors can seek redress should there be any losses incurred when dealing with cryptocurrencies. The regulation also does not address cyber-security aspects, which means if any losses were to be incurred due to hacks, it is likely that Bank Negara wont be able to intervene and protect the consumers. The policy paper and having exchanges report to Bank Negara Malaysia is only primarily geared at preventing money laundering and terrorism financing. With that out of the way, let us have a look at some of the cryptocurrency exchanges in Malaysia registered with Bank Negara Malaysia. Continue reading >>

Bnm Says No Plans To Issue Digital Currencies

Bnm Says No Plans To Issue Digital Currencies

BNM says no plans to issue digital currencies BNM says no plans to issue digital currencies Malaysia has no imminent plan to issue digital currencies as it does not recognise them as an actual currency, according to Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM). The central bank has made it clear that bitcoin or any other sort of virtual currencies are not a legal tender in Malaysia, and has no immediate proposal to issue any sort of digital currencies by its own. The Finance Ministry, in a written parliamentary reply, said those who use or trade in digital currencies have been doing so at their own risk as consumer protection is not guaranteed under any laws. The ministry was responding to a query from Kampar MP Dr Ko Chung Sen, who asked the government if digital currencies are being recognised by the law and the countrys central bank. Digital currency has not been recognised as legal currency in Malaysia or any other country, as the ringgit is Malaysias only legal tender, the written reply stated. According to the government, any digital currency transactions involving regulated activities under the law governed by BNM or the Securities Commission Malaysia, such as withdrawal of deposits or capital marketactivities without proper authorisation, are considered as offences. The Finance Ministry also stated that BNM estimated the average monthly transaction of digital currencies in Malaysia last year stood at RM75 million. The ministry also said digital currencies are often exposed to the risk of value volatility due to speculation and abuse in activities such as money laundering, terrorist financing and cyber crime. From time to time, BNM will publish relevant information about the reporting institution so that prudent decisions can be made by the public, it added. Effective Jan 2, 2018 Continue reading >>

No Ban On Cryptocurrency Tradings, Says Johari - The Malaysian Reserve

No Ban On Cryptocurrency Tradings, Says Johari - The Malaysian Reserve

No ban on cryptocurrency tradings, says Johari No ban on cryptocurrency tradings, says Johari BNM will not impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin Malaysia will not impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrency tradings as more locals bet on the new investment asset class and growing interest for a currency that is free from regulatory claws. Finance Minister II Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani said the central bank will not impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, as such action will only curb innovation and creativity in the financial sector, particularly financial technology. The government is fully aware of the need to strike a balance between public interest and integrity of the financial system, he told The Malaysian Reserve in a recent interview. Johari said the monetary authority is taking a cautious approach with digital currencies including bitcoin to ensure safety measures are in place to protect the interest of the public. It is not the intention of the authorities to ban or put a stop on any innovation that is perceived to be beneficial to the public, he said. However, similar to any financial and investment schemes, there is a need to have proper regulation and supervision to ensure any risk associated with such schemes are effectively contained, he said. Johari said although Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) does not regulate digital currencies presently, it will ensure digital currency exchanges (DCEs) comply with requirements to conduct customer due diligence and report suspicious transactions to the authorities. While plans are in place for the central bank to recognise regulated DCEs, Johari (picture) said the appointments will only be done with the proper cryptocurrencies regulation in place. He said information obtained from Continue reading >>

Igp: Police Working With Bank Negara To Tackle Bitcoin Fraud

Igp: Police Working With Bank Negara To Tackle Bitcoin Fraud

IGP: Police working with Bank Negara to tackle Bitcoin fraud By NOR AZIZAH MOKHTAR - February 26, 2018 @ 3:15pm KUALA LUMPUR: Police are working closely with Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) to handle a new trend in cheating cases involving crypto-currency Bitcoin. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said, even though there were less than five known cases in the country so far, police wanted to be always at the ready should the trend grow. We are investigating the cases we have so far... the amount involved is minimal. Even though the number of cases and the amount involved are small, the Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) must and will train its investigators so that they can handle such cases well, he said at the Federal police headquarters monthly gathering in Bukit Aman. Federal CCID director Datuk Seri Amar Singh said BNM was helping police by sharing its expertise and knowledge on crypto currency fraud cases. In 2014, BNM had issued a statement that Bitcoin trading was not acknowledged as legal in Malaysia. Last year, however, the central bank had proposed that guidelines be produced for crypto-currency focusing on money laundering and financial support for terrorist activities. Besides Bitcoin, other forms of crypto-currency are Ethereum, Zcash, Dash, Tezos, Ripple dan Monero. Meanwhile, Fuzi said commercial crime has shown a worrying trend in Malaysia over the past four years. He said the force must take proactive measures in order to curb the trend. Fuzi said megatrends involving digital technology, aided by social media access in a global, borderless world, had contributed greatly to various commercial crime trends, particularly in the cyber world. Citing police statistics, he said the number of commercial crime cases in 2015 stood Continue reading >>

Bank Negara Malaysia Issues Policy Document For Digital Currencies

Bank Negara Malaysia Issues Policy Document For Digital Currencies

Bank Negara Malaysia issues policy document for digital currencies Ref No : 02/18/07 27 Feb 2018 Embargo : For immediate release Bank Negara Malaysia (the Bank) has today issued the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism Policy for Digital Currencies (Sector 6) which has taken into account feedback received during the public consultation period on the exposure draft released on 14 December 2017. The policy aims to ensure that effective measures are in place against money laundering and terrorism financing risks associated with the use of digital currencies and to increase the transparency of digital currency activities in Malaysia. The Bank received feedback from representatives of existing digital currency exchangers, industry associations, law firms, financial institutions, academia as well as interested individuals. Feedback received from respondents mainly focused on the obligations imposed on digital currency exchangers, including businesses providing intermediary services involving digital currencies. The Bank wishes to reiterate that the invocation of reporting obligations on digital currency exchange business does not in any way connote the authorisation, licensing, endorsement or validation by the Bank of any entities involved in the provision of digital currency exchange services. Where relevant, these matters have been further elaborated in the policy document. The public is reminded that digital currencies are not legal tender in Malaysia. Accordingly, digital currency businesses are not covered by prudential and market conduct standards or arrangements that are applicable to financial institutions regulated by the Bank. Members of the public are advised to carefully evaluate the risks associated with dealings in digital currencies. Any pe Continue reading >>

Bank Negara To Release Concept Paper On Cryptocurrency In February

Bank Negara To Release Concept Paper On Cryptocurrency In February

Bank Negara to release concept paper on cryptocurrency in February Updated about 2 months ago Published on 10 Feb 2018 2:57PM 0 comments Unlike countries that have decided on an outright ban, Malaysia will not curb innovation and creativity in the financial sector, particularly in financial technology, by following suit. EPA pic, February 10, 2018. A CONCEPT paper on cryptocurrency will be completed and released this month for the public to decide for themselves whether they should invest, said Bank Negara Malaysia governor Muhammad Ibrahim. Basically, we are going to make the promoter of the cryptocurrency, which includes Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple, be more transparent, the methodology transparent and the people behind it transparent too. Hopefully, by doing this, the people can make their decision on whether to invest in cryptocurrency, he said during a question-and-answer session at the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysias 40th anniversary dinner, recently. About 250 of Harvard Business School alumni attended the dinner. He said Malaysia was taking a slightly different approach towards the cryptocurrency, unlike some countries which had decided on an outright ban. We are not going to ban it for now, but we are going to let the market decide the future of cryptocurrency. The key point is that they must know what they are (getting into), he said, adding that BNM did not recognise the cryptocurrency as fiat money. Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani had said Malaysia would not impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrencyas there was avid and growing interest in a currency that was free of regulatory laws. He said banning the cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, would curb innovation and creativity in the financial sector, particularly in financial technology Continue reading >>

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