Malaysian cryptocurrency regulation comes into effect on Tuesday, Reuters reports on Monday, Jan. 14.
The Malaysian finance minister, Lim Guan Eng, reportedly said today that the Capital Markets and Services Order 2019 would become effective on Jan. 15. According to Reuters, the new regulation classifies digital currencies, tokens and crypto-assets as securities, placing them under the Securities Commission’s authority.
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