Offerings must be ‘innovative’ and ‘meaningful’.
First company on pitchIN to accept crypto tokens as considerations in kind.
In 2018, a cryptocurrency trader was sued by two cryptocurrency-exchange related providers for the return of Bitcoins mistakenly transferred to him.
As the first company to be given full approval by the Malaysian Securities Commission, the London-based cryptocurrency exchange is now back to full operations in Malaysia, with added benefits.
StashAway Malaysia’s Wong Wai Ken on the company’s strategy and future plans.
US$604,305 invested in just eight days by 156 investors, largest investor to date commits US$120,861.
Seeks to raise RM2 million in its second campaign on pitchIN; plans for an IPO.
The other 19 are required to cease operations immediately.
The new platform, named Ethis Equity, targets to launch in 1Q20.
Securities Commission Malaysia releases property crowdfunding framework and announces 8 new market operators
Regulations are pursuant to an initiative announced in Budget 2019 to provide an alternative financing avenue for first-time homebuyers.