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  • Raise funds on a DAO through NFTs and issuing our own coin.

  • Centralised crypto exchange with decentralised settlement. Looking to issue our own utility token and apply for Payment Service licence.

  • Unregistered fund manager who wants to start a crypto fund. How should I structure this?


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  • Family Offices - Moving Your Wealth to Singapore
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    Family Offices - Moving Your Wealth to Singapore

    • Insights on how to maintain your wealth via a Family Office in Singapore.
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  • Singapore - Setting Up A Crypto Entity For A Global Market
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    Singapore - Setting Up A Crypto Entity

    • Quick guide on setting up crypto asset entity in Singapore
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Q&As of regulatory information written for business folks

  • Sanctions against Russia: Regulations for Financial Institutions
    How does MAS view the use of cryptocurrencies and DeFi to avoid financial sanctions?

    MAS has affirmed in the speech below that sanctioned parties will not be able to use non-traditional forms of finance such as cryptocurrencies to circumvent sanctions. This is enforced through MAS Notice SNR-N01

  • Nature of Stablecoins
    What are some examples of stablecoins that are considered DPTs by the MAS?

    USD Coin and Tether are examples of SCS which, based on their characteristics today, are considered DPTs. Entities which provide DPT services will be regulated accordingly under the PS Act

  • Comparisons of virtual assets
    What is the difference between DPTs, e-money, stablecoins and deposits?

    e-money is denominated in or pegged by the issuer to a fiat currency. This is an important distinction from DPTs. Where the monetary value of the electronically stored amount in fiat currency cannot be determined without referring to some form of market mechanism