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Luno Exchange Bank Account Frozen By Malaysian Tax Officials

Luno Exchange Bank Account Frozen By Malaysian Tax Officials

Luno Exchange Bank Account Frozen by Malaysian Tax Officials Over the past few weeks, regulators and financial institutions have been reacting to the worldwide popularity of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In another regulatory-related matter, this week in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the trading platform Luno had its bank account frozen by the countrys tax officials. Also read: Federal Reserve Chair: Fed Doesnt Really Play Any Regulatory Role in Bitcoin Luno Emphasizes the Company is Working Closely With the IRB to Limit the Parameters of the Broad Request This week the exchange and wallet provider Luno (formerly Bitx) announced it is having issues with the Malaysian tax authorities. Created in 2013, the London-based business Luno has been providing bitcoin and ethereum to countries such as Nigeria, South Africa, Malaysia, Indonesia, the UK, and 35 other European regions. Malaysias Inland Revenue Board (IRB) froze the firms Malaysian bank account on January 13, an account that was held under its local business name Bitx Malaysia. Luno explains to the Edge Markets financial publication that the IRB is investigating a case that involves tax discrepancies. As part of this, IRB has requested that we provide them with information on all our Malaysian customers: identification, deposits/withdrawals, and transactions, Luno details. We are working closely with the IRB to limit the parameters of this broad request. Luno Asks Malaysian Customers to Follow Tax Requirements, and the Firm Is Supportive of the Central Banks Regulatory Measures In the meantime, Malaysia based Luno customers can still trade bitcoin and ethereum using the national tender the MYR. All your funds local and digital currencies remain safe with Luno and all other services remain unaffected, the company emph Continue reading >>

Luno Vs Remitano - Review 2018- Which Is A Better Platform?

Luno Vs Remitano - Review 2018- Which Is A Better Platform?

As more people in Africa and the middle east learn about Bitcoin and join the movement, they are faced with the challenge of buying Bitcoin. Blockchain.info and Coinbase are usually introduced to for Bitcoin account. However, buying bitcoins from these platforms is restricted to your Geo location (for example Coinbase only accept people from certain countries in the world) Luno and Remitano are two platforms that make it easy for people especially in Africa and the rest of the world to deal in bitcoin. They provide you with a Bitcoin and Ethereum wallets, make it easy for you to buy, sell, send, receive and even trade Bitcoin and Ethereum at an affordable price. Most countries that are not allowed in Coinbase will have no issues on these platforms. I have reviewed Luno and also Remitano in the past, however, I have not directly compared them. Luno is similar to Coinbase , they provide users with Bitcoin wallet and enable them to buy Bitcoin directly from the platform. On the other hand, Remitano is Similar to Local Bitcoin ; they provide a common ground for Bitcoin buyers and sellers to trade Bitcoin directly with each other. Secure trade using the escrow system to ensure fairness amongst traders. And also provide users with a Bitcoin wallet. I am going to see how far NGN30,000 will go to buy Bitcoin on either platform (I am using the Nigerian naira in my examples; you can relate it to other currencies, the concept is the same) Luno: 43 Countries are accepted in Luno: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Poland, Portugal Continue reading >>

This Is The Only Bitcoin Atm In Malaysia Where You Can Buy The Crypto Or Cash Out

This Is The Only Bitcoin Atm In Malaysia Where You Can Buy The Crypto Or Cash Out

This is the ONLY Bitcoin ATM in Malaysia Where You Can Buy the Crypto or Cash Out This is the ONLY Bitcoin ATM in Malaysia Where You Can Buy the Crypto or Cash Out Get the latest viral stories daily! Like us: Cryptocurrencies have been making headlines for a while now but we cant deny that they are definitely making an impact in the world. Theyve been gaining so much popularity that we actually have a Bitcoin ATM right in Ipoh, Malaysia! Its the only one currently! Apparently, it has already been in existence since 2016 but you probably have not heard about it before. This ATM was introduced by Pinkexc (M) Sdn. Bhd. , which has been well received by Bitcoin investors so far. If you have a Bitcoin wallet and dont know where to turn that Bitcoin into cash, then you should really head over here. According to China Press , ever since cryptocurrency has been widely accepted, the company sees an average of 50 transactions a day, which adds up to about RM80,000 worth of transactions where people buy and sell Bitcoins using their services. The founders who set up the company in Malaysia were inspired when they visited Japan and South Korea and discovered that these two countries commonly used Bitcoin ATMs. The machines can be used to either buy Bitcoins by inserting cash inside or converting your Bitcoins into cash. Remember to have your Bitcoin wallet handy on your mobile phone! They have tried to expand further into the country and have constantly tried to apply with Bank Negara Malaysia to set up their ATMs across the country. However, as cryptocurrencies are still a grey area here, they werent able to get their permits yet. Currently, the software for the Bitcoin ATM is being upgraded to include other cryptocurrencies too, such as Ethereum, Lite and Dash. Its really easy t Continue reading >>

A Digital Currency Company Has Installed Malaysias First Bitcoin Atm In Ipoh

A Digital Currency Company Has Installed Malaysias First Bitcoin Atm In Ipoh

The ATM, located in Ipoh, has been in operation since 2016 when local digital currency exchangerPinkexc introduced the machine. The founders of Pinkexc told ChinaPress that the machine was imported from Portugal, costing approximately RM70,000 The inspiration to set up a bitcoin ATM in Malaysia came when the founders were travelling in Japan and South Korea, as revealed in a report by the Chinese daily yesterday, 15 January. The two countries were some of the earliest adopters of cryptocurrencies in the Asia region. ChinaPress added that the ATM is the first of its kind in Malaysia. The founders revealed that traders would normally withdraw RM200 to RM300 in one transaction. For withdrawals exceeding RM500, an online transfer is required. Besides bitcoin, the machine provides trading services for other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum, Bch, Lite, and Dash. When asked if it has plans of installing more of these machines, the company said they have tried applying for permits with Bank Negara. However, all their applications thus far have been rejected. The ATM is located inside Pinkexc's office building Location:1, Jalan Meru Bestari A14, Medan Meru Bestari, 30020 Ipoh, Perak. Opening Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm from Monday to Saturday. Closed on Sunday. Continue reading >>

Deposits And Withdrawals

Deposits And Withdrawals

Deposits from 0.0001, no fees, 3-6 confirmations required Withdrawals from 0.0001. Fee 0.5%, min 0.005, max 1 No verification required for deposits and withdrawals if no fiat operations processed Deposits from 0.001, no fees, 6-12 confirmations required No verification required for deposits and withdrawals if no fiat operations processed Deposits min 500, no fees. Verification required. Deposits min 500, no fees. Verification required. Deposits min 500, no fees. Verification required. Deposits from 5000, no fees. Corporate verification required. Deposits from 20 up to 5000. Fee 3% + 9.95 Withdrawals from 20 up to 5000. Fee 2% + 9.95. VISA cards only VISA, Mastercard, Maestro cards allowed for deposits Additional security checks may be applied Deposits from 20 up to 1000***** for unverified customers. Fee 10% Deposits from 20 up to 5000***** for verified customers. Fee 10% Withdrawals from 500 up to 5000***** for verified customers. Fee 3% Deposits from 10 up to 1000/1000$**. Fee 5% Only for residents of Belarus, Brazil, India, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Malaysia, Moldova, Peru, Panama, Romania, Russia, Tajikistan Continue reading >>

How Do You Buy Bitcoin In Malaysia?

How Do You Buy Bitcoin In Malaysia?

Hey guys, if youre wondering how to buy Bitcoin in Malaysia, look no further!There are two easy ways to purchase Bitcoin with your Ringgit, i.e. either via Luno or Localbitcoins. There are other ways of purchasing them of course, but Ive personally tried these two methods and they work pretty well. Disclaimer:There are some warning signs that you should consider when using an exchange. If a lot of people are suddenly having issues with withdrawals, then take it as a red flag and try to avoid the exchange. Always do a research on the exchange first before using it. The crypto world moves very quickly. Sometimes issue pop up really quickly. You can check out Lowyat Forums on Bitcoin to see if there are any issues with any exchanges. You basically need to sign up for an account at Luno before you can buy Bitcoin in Malaysia. Always, always use a very strong password that you have not used elsewhere. That way, its harder to get hacked. Remember to always run Malware scans as well for additional safety. Once youve signed up for an account and have your account approved, youll see this interface: As you can see, Ive done quite a number of deposits but zero withdrawals. Thats because I used my Bitcoins to trade for other altcoins and Im still keeping them. Ive withdrawn Bitcoins before but that was via Localbitcoins. You can use both, but Localbitcoins is faster as its peer to peer. You have a limit of RM5,000 if you dont give any identity verification. For e.g. you may be required to give a softcopy of your passport or other identification to verify yourself. I personally never verified myself as Ive not reached the limit of RM5,000 yet. To buy Bitcoin, you need to first deposit some Ringgit into your Luno wallet. As you can see below, you need to deposit your money. Once yo Continue reading >>

Instaforex :: Withdrawing From An Account

Instaforex :: Withdrawing From An Account

In order to withdraw money from a trading account, you will have to go through several stages, including choosing the type of withdrawal method, and inputting the account information. Once the withdrawal request form is filled out, the amount you are withdrawing will be removed from the account, and should be immediately transferred to the service you have requested. Dear clients, we remind that when you withdraw funds via payment systems you should observe the following rule: the payment system as well as the currency of depositing and withdrawal must be the same. All withdrawals and deposits are processed during work time of the Finance Department from Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. (UTC+3). For more information on withrawing and depositing funds, please click here . System fee. Withdrawal is processed within 16 business days. InstaForex Benecard Debit Card (ePayments) Transaction fee - 1%. Transfer is processed within 1-7 working hours. No fees. Processing period: 1-7 working hours. System fee. Withdrawal is processed within 48 hours. Fee: 0.5%. Withdrawal is processed within 1-7 working hours. Fee: 0.5%. Withdrawal is processed within 1-7 working hours. Transaction fee: 1.39%. Withdrawal is processed within 1-7 working hours. No fees. Transfer is processed within 1-7 working hours. Accounts must have the same holder. E-mails of the accounts must match. Transaction fee - 2%. If the withdrawal amount less than 50 USD an additional commission 1 USD will be charged. Withdrawal is processed within 1-7 working hours. System fee for Personal account: 1.5% + $0.30. System fee for Business account 2.5% + $0.3. Withdrawal is processed within 1-7 working hours. System fee - 1.5%-1.8%. Withdrawal request is processed within 1-7 working hours. System's processing time - 1-2 Continue reading >>

Reddit: The Front Page Of The Internet

Reddit: The Front Page Of The Internet

Technically, yes. Mnemonic phrases are basically passwords after all, often 12-words long, so assuming he knows how all this works and how to use it (which I really doubt), it'd be relatively easy for him to gain access to my acc. It's in a safe for that reason, but that's mostly a deterrent. I also have a custom passphrase on top of that, so even if he knows the full recovery phrase, he'd still be stuck at that part. So he'd have to somehow brute force his way through without the custom passphrase, which is pretty unlikely. He knows the thing is valuable to me, but doesn't know how much there really is in there. Most importantly, I absolutely trust the guy, he's the last person I'd expect to betray my trust like that. 7 points 4 months ago edited 4 months ago Here's some guide to help the users who are stuck. Luno lets you convert your MYR or BTC to ETH. From there just go to your ETH wallet and transfer it to another ETH wallet or an exchange with ETH wallet and trade it back to BTC. You will only incur a small transaction and maker/taker fee depending on the exchange's fee policy. Either way, if you want to cash out also is up to you, thought there will may be withdrawal fee of 1-3%. In any case, anyone who consider themselves a serious owner of their cryptos should always have a separate default wallet that does not sit with an exchange or anyone else! Continue reading >>

Luno To Open Office In Kuala Lumpur By 1q Of 2018

Luno To Open Office In Kuala Lumpur By 1q Of 2018

Luno to open office in Kuala Lumpur by 1Q of 2018 Luno to open office in Kuala Lumpur by 1Q of 2018 The setting up of the local operation is part of the firms effort to facilitate the bitcoin and ethereum markets Luno has confirmed plans to set up an office in Kuala Lumpur, as the digital coin exchange seeks to capitalise on the skyrocketing interest in cryptocurrencies in the country. The UK-based company, one of the earliest bitcoin exchanges in the world, expects the Malaysian office will materialise in the first three months of this year, and it is already seeking candidates to head the office, the company told The Malaysian Reserve (TMR). The setting up of the local operation is part of the firms effort to facilitate the bitcoin and ethereum markets. Luno head of marketing and communications Werner van Rooyen said the move into Malaysia is significant as Luno plans to strengthen and multiply the deposit and withdrawal mechanisms. We are planning to formally launch the Luno Business accounts later in the year. Proximity to our banking partners and the local regulators like Bank Negara Malaysia will help us provide better services to the local market, he said in an email to TMR. In November last year, TMR reported based on industry sources that Luno plans to open an office in Malaysia. Luno, one of the biggest and globally recognised cryptocurrency exchanges, already has offices in Singapore and South Africa. Luno currently trades the two most popular cryptocurrencies bitcoin and ethereum. Malaysia was selected based on Lunos internal analysis on the acceptance towards cryptocurrencies. The company said Malaysia has a very active customer base, a fast-growing market and a higher interest in the companys products. He said among the activities performed by the locals Continue reading >>

Popular Bitcoin Exchange In Malaysia 2018 List

Popular Bitcoin Exchange In Malaysia 2018 List

Popular Bitcoin Exchange In Malaysia 2018 List 2017 has been a crazy year for anyone running a Bitcoin Exchange in Malaysia. If youre looking to start investing or trading Bitcoin in Malaysia, this article will get you up to date with the latest places you can buy and sell Bitcoin in Malaysia. Lets look at the current 2018 list of Bitcoin Exchange Malaysia. Luno Luno is currently the largest Bitcoin exchange in Malaysia which allows Malaysians to buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum. They are headquartered in London and as of January 2018, they are currently facing some issues with their Malaysian bank account because of compliance and regulatory affairs with the inland revenue board. Once they have sorted things out Malaysians should be able to withdraw and deposit MYR from their Luno accounts. You can check the latest Luno status updates here. Remitano is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange which is still a popular Bitcoin Exchange in Malaysia. Buyers and sellers are protected by an escrow type of service. Bitcoin are locked until seller confirms the payment In case of problems, our support team will resolve base on evidenceprovided by both sides. Coinhako is a cryptocurrency exchange which allows Malaysians to buy and sell Bitcoin and withdraw into their local bank accounts. The withdrawal fee for Malaysians in a fixed rate of RM6. Many claimthat this would be the most feasible option for investment and trading Bitcoin now that Luno is having problems. Localbitcoins is similar to Remitano, a marketplace Bitcoin exchange for Malaysians to trade their Bitcoin. They offer an escrow service as well. In any case, its always advisable to trade with reputable advertisers on marketplaces such as these. Last but not least, theres Cex.io . But currently, they are not acceptin Continue reading >>

Malaysian Taxman Gives Luno The Cold Shoulder

Malaysian Taxman Gives Luno The Cold Shoulder

Malaysian Taxman Gives Luno the Cold Shoulder Nikita Blows January 16, 2018 11:30 pm Tax authorities in Malaysia have indefinitely frozen Lunos local account used in the country, BitX Malaysia, while they investigate possible tax concerns. London-based cryptocurrency exchange, Luno , has had its Malaysian account frozen pending an investigation by the countrys tax authority, the Inland Revenue Board (IRB). In a statement sent to The Edge Markets , the exchange said: As part of this, IRB has requested that we provide them with information on all our Malaysian customers: identification, deposits/withdrawals, and transactions. We are working closely with the IRB to limit the parameters of this broad request. As set out in our privacy policy, we value your (Luno customers) privacy and strive to protect your personal information. We will only provide personal information where we are legally required to do so and are working with our local advisers to ensure that any disclosure is consistent with our obligations to you, our customers. Luno called on its Malaysian clients to respect and follow the countrys financial requirements: Bitcoin and digital currencies are a new area of development for everyone including regulators, financial institutions, tax authorities, and many others. Navigating this requires everyone to work together to figure out optimal solutions to ensure the industry is safe and conducive to business. We are supportive of the recent measures by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) to come up with reporting requirements for digital currency exchanges. In a similar manner, we are working closely with our banks and the IRB to come to a swift conclusion with regard to this investigation. Even though the exchange does not know when the account, locally trading as BitX Mal Continue reading >>

New Cryptocurrency Exchange To Be Launched Next Month

New Cryptocurrency Exchange To Be Launched Next Month

New cryptocurrency exchange to be launched next month Two-year run: Fakhrul says Pinkexc has been in the digital currency exchange business since 2016. KUALA LUMPUR: A homegrown cryptocurrency exchanger is launching a revamped version of its trading venue, targeting strong market appetite for the alternative asset class, amid increased regulatory scrutiny on the sector. Ipoh-based Pinkexc Sdn Bhd founder and chief executive officer Fakhrul-Razi Abu Bakar said the new platfom is scheduled to go live in February, six months after he took it offline to facilitate a major upgrade of its system. We have expanded our system capabilities and we are confident that the platform will be at par with the best out there, he told StarBiz. Pinkexc is seeking to fill the gap in the market after popular exchanger Luno said on Jan 12 that it was unable to processs deposits and withdrawals in Malaysia following a move by the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) to freeze its bank accounts. The IRB was reported to have said that while the cryptocurrency business was an unregulated industry in Malaysia, it was subject to Malaysian income tax. A conservative estimate put the average monthly trading turnover of bitcoin and other digital currencies in Malaysia at around RM75mil. At least one exchanger, according to a StarBizWeek report, had handled a trading volume of some RM500mil from Malaysian trades last year alone. There are four crypto exchangers operating in Malaysia, including London-based Luno and Pinkexc. To compare, there are more than 10 exchangers operating in neighbouring Singapore. Fakhrul said Pinkexc is the only Malaysian-owned exchanger in the country and has been in the digital currency exchange business since 2016. The new Pinkexc trading venue, he said, will feature six cryptocurre Continue reading >>

Hey Malaysia, We're Back!

Hey Malaysia, We're Back!

From today, Malaysian customers can make MYR deposits and withdrawals and make use of all our services, such as buying, selling, trading, sending and receiving Bitcoin. Late last year, our Malaysian bank account was suddenly withdrawn, leaving our customers unable to process ringgit deposits and withdrawals to and from their Luno account. Despite non-stop campaigning, we simply couldnt get that account reactivated. We kept a log of the incident here . After months of meetings, integration and testing, we are delighted to announce that we have a new bank account and all services are up and running again. We have a new bank account, so you need to update your records. Please go to your Accounts > Deposit section to get the details. If you make an IBFT payment to us, you must include your unique reference number under "Other payment details on your online banking platform. If you make a GIRO payment to us, the unique reference number must be included under the Reference/note section of your online banking platform. We have a revised MYR withdrawal schedule and initially there willbe some withdrawal delays. Please note the cut-off and releasetimes. From today, 1 March 2017, we are also adding volume-based discounts for Malaysian customers who trade on the Luno Exchange. If youre a trader and you traded more than 10 BTC in the last 30 days, a reduced trading fee will be applied on your account from the next day. Another discount will apply the day after youve traded more than 100 BTC (in a 30 day period). With the drastic increase in Bitcoin network fees, we will be charging a small fee --0.0002 BTC-- for all Bitcoin sends and receives to and from your Luno wallet. Note that if you want to send Bitcoin to someone instantly (so no Bitcoin network delays) and at no charge (so Continue reading >>

Luno Status - Bank Deposits & Withdrawals In Malaysia

Luno Status - Bank Deposits & Withdrawals In Malaysia

We're back! MYR deposits and withdrawals are fully functional in Malaysia. Please read through our blog post for further details Posted about 1 year ago. Mar 15, 2017 - 05:39 UTC Deposits are now active in Malaysia - please ensure that you follow the funding screen for the first few payments to ensure that your payments are automatically allocated. Withdrawals are still in the process of being activated. Further updates to follow. Posted about 1 year ago. Feb 24, 2017 - 11:41 UTC Were doing our second (and potentially final) testing round of account funding and account withdrawals in Malaysia. Kindly refrain from attempting to make Malaysian ringgit (MYR) deposits or withdrawals if you are not part of this closed group, it will slow the testing down. Posted about 1 year ago. Feb 23, 2017 - 08:57 UTC We are starting our first round of testing of account funding in Malaysia. Testing is limited to a small group of beta users who will receive email correspondence from us. Kindly refrain from attempting to make Malaysian ringgit (MYR) deposits or withdrawals if you are not part of this closed group, it will slow the testing down. We will post another update with the results of the tests. Posted about 1 year ago. Feb 14, 2017 - 09:30 UTC Despite non-stop campaigning and hard work by our team, our CIMB bank account will be closed. We remain in talks with various other banks and CIMB itself and hope to share the positive news of a new BitX bank account with you in the near future. Until we have a new bank account, we are sad to announce that as of today, 20 December 2016, our Malaysian customers are no longer able to make MYR deposits or withdrawals. The BitX BTC/MYR Exchange will remain active for the time being but will obviously have reduced liquidity. Your Bitcoin wallet w Continue reading >>

How To Buy Cryptocurrency Like Bitcoin In Malaysia

How To Buy Cryptocurrency Like Bitcoin In Malaysia

Now is one of the best times to own Bitcoinbut only if you bought it last year. That doesnt mean youre out of the cryptocurrency gold rush, fortunately. Everything between Dogecoin, Ethereum and NEM are all still an opportunity for users to hedge their bets, though options for Malaysians to buy can be limited. Just keep in mind how volatile these cryptocurrencies usually aremore volatile than Bitcoin even, which relies on its founding ideology to drive more stability. With enough smarts and research, you might also still benefit from buying Bitcoin even today. Fun Fact: Bitcoin was born out of the financial crisis of 2008, which drove demand for currency that is not controlled by a central authority. It aims to fix the problem by capping the maximum number of Bitcoins that can ever be in circulation and the rate new Bitcoins can be produced. So if youre an extreme beginner who is curious about how to own your very own chunk of cryptocurrency, heres where to get them. Before you make any serious purchases, read up about cryptocurrency wallets and how to secure them . Try to stick to officially endorsed wallets, and be careful of malware pretending to be wallets. As a fair warning, weve received reports of Bitcoin owners in Malaysia whose wallets were suspended from transferring into Malaysian bank accounts, lasting approximately a month. Do bear this in mind before you commit your money to any wallets. We think a good rule of thumb is to only buy cryptocurrency with money you can afford to lose. The list below is curated based on platforms that have a substantial presence in Malaysia, either through good reputation, or those who are run by Malaysians, as far as we can find. Luno allows you to trade Ringgit with cryptocurrency directly. This Singaporean app is probably t Continue reading >>

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