Rehashed recommendations that ecosystem players are well aware of Should push through announced US$490mil co-investment with private VC funds
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.
The Capital Markets and Services (Prescription of Securities) (Digital Currency and Digital Token) Order 2019 came into force on Jan 15.
Members who have obtained their CTOS score stand to be rewarded with up to RM150 to invest on the platform once they register on Fundaztic.com.
SMEs can receive funds upfront for their customer invoices, with up to 80% of invoice value and a term range of 30 to 120 days.
Technology-enabled automation will improve efficiency and customer experience for small businesses.
The national university hopes to provide support to startups, small-medium enterprises and large corporations through research on legal and regulatory blockchain issues.
The leak of Astro customers' data has raised the issue of whether companies in Malaysia should be compelled by law to inform customers of personal data breaches.
The Malaysian fintech scene needs more supportive regulation to thrive say panellists at the recent Cyberjaya Startup Summit.
After a strong 2017, the equity crowdfunding platform is expecting much more growth and change for the ECF industry in 2018.