Singapore took a step closer towards cryptocurrencies as the national financial regulators discussed their openness towards the emerging industry during the Singapore Consensus.
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It seems that the Singaporean government has a well-thought-out plan for introducing cryptocurrencies into their economy, according to TechCrunch.
The Singapore Consensus 2018 welcomed thousands of cryptocurrency visionaries, entrepreneurs, and experts to discuss and create new links that might form the foundation of the future of the industry. An essential element of the meeting was the talk delivered by the representatives of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) with regards to the future of cryptocurrencies in their country. It seems that the Singaporean financial regulators are far ahead many other developed countries concerning their understanding of the industry and plans for the future.