Aims to help businesses across the Asia-Pacific accelerate their digital transformation.
Granted licenses by Labuan FSA as a credit token business, and for money broking, as well as a payment system operator.
Businesses will deepen their digital commitment, going beyond adopting new technologies to strengthening their entire enterprise ecosystem.
As US-China trade tensions surmount, Malaysia could benefit as production shifts to Asean markets.
A reduction in participants could mean easier regulation and the ability to better cater to demand.
Singapore and Thailand-based startup harnesses wisdom-of-crowd and incentivises its digital community of users to curate reliable information.
To collaborate in developing digital solutions for the university in order to create a smart campus.
Aims to provide gold savings and loans to 800,000 customers in nine countries.
Malaysian ride-sharing startup valued at over US$100 million.
Securities Commission Malaysia and the blockchain ecosystem have two months to create a win-win situation around crafting a conducive regulatory environment for blockchain innovators to flourish.