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B2BX Cryptocurrency Exchange Receives Full Regulatory Approval in Estonia

B2BX Exchange, a professional digital asset trading platform, announced on Monday it has received approval for a regulatory license from the Estonian Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). B2BX, which is part of the B2Broker group of companies, reported that the license means it will be able to… Read More

Unikrn Announces New Isle of Man License That Will Approve Crypto & Live Betting Platform in Esports & Gaming

Unikrn, an esports brand and creators of UnikoinGold (UKG), announced on Tuesday the rollout of its Isle of Man license, which will approve what it claims to be the first crypto and live betting platform in esports and gaming. According to Unikrn, the rollout of the license will… Read More

Grab Receives E-Money License For Mobile Wallet Service in Philippines

Singapore-based ride-hailing company Grab has reportedly secured an e-money license for mobile wallet service in the Philippines.  This news comes just a few months after Grab announced it has teamed up with Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) to launch a new cashless payment method known as the GrabPay… Read More

Square’s Cash App Scores BitLicense in New York

On Monday, payments platform Square announced it has secured a virtual currency license from the New York State Department of Financial Services office. The company reported it is fully launched with the ability to buy and sell bitcoin through its mobile Cash app earlier this year… Read More

Standard Chartered Announces Plans to Apply For Virtual Banking License in Hong Kong

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Standard Chartered recently announced it is planning to apply for a virtual banking license in Hong Kong. According to South China Morning Post, Standard Chartered will be the first traditional bank to seek the license locally to operate fully online without any physical branches. Standard… Read More

Crowdfunding Platform FundTier Receives Capital Market Services License from the MAS

Singapore-based FundTier announced on Thursday it has received a Capital Market Services (CMS) license from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Co-founder of the funding portal Max Ho revealed to the Business Times that with the new license it will be able to reach out… Read More

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