BITCOIN and The Cryptos
#21
(08-20-2018, 10:14 AM)Ollie Wrote: ...wag muna Big Grin bibili ako pag ready na ako

naku bahala ka, ikaw din, hahaha  Big Grin sayang ang pera. lol  banana
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#22
sa crypto kasi commander may stop limit, kaya masarap mag tsupit. hahaha
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#23
haha nice, mdame din ako nakuha $ACU sana ma unlock na ung shares

medyo mahirap sa crypto hassle ung cash out
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#24
8-22

..ire na ang news kay Acudeen...makontak na nga si Magellan Big Grin

Acudeen to list tokens on bitcoin exchange

FINTECH FIRM Acudeen Technologies Pte. Ltd. will be listing its tokens at the BTCEXA exchange this Friday, the first of exchange listings it looks to conduct in the following months.

In a statement issued Tuesday, the Filipino-led start-up based in Singapore said it will list its ACU tokens which serve as the native utility token for Acudeen’s blockchain network for movable assets, AssetChain Platform.

The company last May conducted a public sale of its ACU tokens at $1 per 100 coins in a bid to raise $35 million to finance its expansion in the Southeast Asian region.

The BTCEXA exchange is a digital asset trading platform that was launched last July, and is an accredited member of the Exchange Alliance. The platform features a clearing system that ensures all transactions are secured and encrypted.

Acudeen said the listing will serve as the “catalyst to create a regional ecosystem that invoice sellers and funders can fully trust and rely on.” It is also working with development partners at IBM Singapore to deliver more products by the third quarter of 2019.

Founded in 2016, the financial technology firm has so far facilitated more than $6 million worth of invoice receivable transactions in less than two years. The company’s goal is to address the US dollar credit gap for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Southeast Asia by providing a marketplace that will allow them to list, sell, and liquidate their pending invoices.

With this, MSMEs can invite investors to purchase their invoices ahead of maturity date.

Acudeen has recently expanded to Myanmar under the KyoPay brand with its joint venture partner Anthem Asia. It looks to further expand to Vietnam and Indonesia within the year.

The company has since integrated blockchain capabilities into its current model to further serve the needs of the global market, making use of blockhain-based ledger database Stellar, which facilitates transactions while charging minimal fees.

“This means that movable assets such as inventory, trademark, warehouse receipts, physical products and the like-not just invoices, upon completion of the whole blockchain network development, can now be listed and sold on the Acudeen Platform,” the company said. 


source: http://www.bworldonline.com/acudeen-to-l...-exchange/


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#25
(08-21-2018, 06:17 PM)AndrewSG Wrote: haha nice, mdame din ako nakuha $ACU sana ma unlock na ung shares

medyo mahirap sa crypto hassle ung cash out

hindi ka man lang nagsabi sana kinuha mo referral link ko. hehehe Big Grin
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#26
(08-22-2018, 03:07 PM)Gavh1208 Wrote:
(08-21-2018, 06:17 PM)AndrewSG Wrote: haha nice, mdame din ako nakuha $ACU sana ma unlock na ung shares

medyo mahirap sa crypto hassle ung cash out

hindi ka man lang nagsabi sana kinuha mo referral link ko. hehehe Big Grin

sorry haha, member ka ba dun sa Telegram group? may mga nirefer din ako d2 from SG
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#27
(08-22-2018, 07:41 PM)AndrewSG Wrote:
(08-22-2018, 03:07 PM)Gavh1208 Wrote:
(08-21-2018, 06:17 PM)AndrewSG Wrote: haha nice, mdame din ako nakuha $ACU sana ma unlock na ung shares

medyo mahirap sa crypto hassle ung cash out

hindi ka man lang nagsabi sana kinuha mo referral link ko. hehehe Big Grin

sorry haha, member ka ba dun sa Telegram group? may mga nirefer din ako d2 from SG

sayang! cge get ready na para bukas. sana ma reach ung cap para ma release na mga tokens naten, parang milyon milyon coins mo bro ah. painum ka na nyan ha, hehehe. goodluck sa atin Big Grin
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#28
boss gavh penge referral jejejejeje
  
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#29
(08-23-2018, 08:57 PM)SCALPER Wrote: boss gavh penge referral jejejejeje

waley na referral. gs2 mo ung isang ICO pa meron ako. pm mo ako. 

Listed na Acudeen ha. ako magdrawing ng chart nito para astig. hahaha.  Big Grin
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#30
9-3

...balitang crypto Tongue

SEC drafting rules for virtual currency exchanges

THE SECURITIES and Exchange Commission (SEC) will be releasing a draft of new guidelines on virtual currency exchanges (VCE) this September, as it rushes to regulate the number of companies seeking to operate as a trading platform for virtual currencies (VC) in the country.

SEC Commissioner Ephyro Luis B. Amatong said the release of the draft rules this month will allow them to come out with the final regulations by the end of the year.

“We will put out a draft rule for the virtual currency exchanges hopefully within the first half of September,” Mr. Amatong told reporters after the commission’s en banc meeting on Thursday last week.

Mr. Amatong said they are in talks with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) for joint cooperative oversight over the exchanges.

Virtual currencies are defined by the BSP as a “type of digital currency created by a community of online users, stored in electronic wallets, and generally transacted online.” These are not issued or guaranteed by central banks or government authorities. Meanwhile, virtual currency exchanges are companies or businesses that exchange VCs into fiat currency (and vice versa).

The BSP implemented a formal regulatory framework for VCEs through Circular No. 944 in February last year, where the exchanges are required to register with the local central bank as remittance and transfer companies. Here, people can exchange VCs into Philippine money, which can then facilitate payments and remittances.

There has since been five VCEs approved by the BSP as of July, namely Virtual Currency Philippines, Inc., ETranss, Rebittance, Inc., Betur, Inc. (better known as Coins.ph) and BloomSolutions.

However, Mr. Amatong noted the rules set by the BSP do not specify how VCEs can operate as trading platforms.

“Yung VCE na ni-license nila, parang money changer lang yun, yung crypto to fiat currency (The VCEs that they licensed are like money changers, from cryptocurrency to fiat currency). But many of the VCEs, all of the VCEs are applying to allow them to act as trading platforms. So pagpasok ng trading platforms, may concern ang SEC na pag-usapan na with BSP (When the trading platforms come in, this is a concern of SEC that we will discuss with BSP), we will have a joint cooperative oversight,” Mr. Amatong said.

The commission is taking the cue from VCE regulations in other countries such as the United States, Australia, and Switzerland.

The new guidelines on VCEs aim to promote investor protection and allow small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to have alternative ways to raise capital.

“We want to create an environment where investors can feel more or less safe in investing in what are essentially securities that have a digital form… Instead of paper or securities that are housed within PDTC (Philippine Depository & Trust Corp.), the depository they’re being proposed to be housed on a blockchain,” Mr. Amatong explained.

The release of new guidelines for VCEs will coincide with the commission’s release of rules for initial coin offerings and crowdfunding, which Mr. Amatong will benefit SMEs in raising funds.

“Previously you had to go through all of the infrastructure of the PSE (Philippine Stock Exchange) or a PDEx (Philippine Dealing & Exchange Corp.), a traditional stock in order to raise the funds but what the fintech promises is you can achieve that through technology at a lower cost,” Mr. Amatong said.

“So kahit maliit na kompanya ka, may paraan ka na magpalabas ng, maghanap ng investors (Even if you’re a small company, you can have a way to look for investors) without going through that whole process,” he added.


source: http://www.bworldonline.com/sec-drafting...exchanges/


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