Securities Commission Malaysia
Any person who is interested in operating a digital asset platform is required to apply to the SC to be registered as a recognised market operator.
SC to regulate offering and trading of digital assets.
Regulations are being put in place to bring digital assets within the remit of securities laws.
2018 cohort also closes 52 contracts with Malaysian SMEs.
Co-founder of ECF platform Ata Plus shares progress and challenges among operators in Malaysia at Securities Commission Malaysia's annual SCxSC Fintech Conference 2018.
First company to obtain a Recognised Market Operator license from the SC in almost two years.
Focuses on reinstating Malaysia’s economic position as Harimau Asia.
DSV Crypto Club, LUX Galaxies and VI Profit Galaxy were also added to the SC’s Investor Alert List.
Applications must be submitted to the SC latest by Sept 7, 2018.
Initiative seeks to further enhance VC ecosystem in Malaysia To attract greater participation from more diverse range of players