Victor Ugochukwu · Dec 14, 2020 . 5min read
BlockShow partners with Monetary Authority in Singapore for a five day convention
BlockShow collaborates with the MAS for a five-day event. It will entail blockchain and crypto discussions by prominent leaders.
By Komal Joshi · Oct 21, 2020 . 6min read
BlockShow is joining hands with the MAS (Monetary Authority in Singapore) to organize discussions about blockchain and cryptocurrency. It will be a five-day convention. It is a global blockchain event backed by Cointelegraph. BlockShow is one of the most prominent occasions in the blockchain and crypto industry. Moreover, BlockShow is a Knowledge Partner of the Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) 2020. The function will take place from 7th-12th December, and its visitors will have 24-hour virtual access to the discussion.
BlockShow is an annual celebration of Decentralized Technology. Since 2016, it has remained updated on all the newest trends and innovations in the crypto and blockchain ecosystem. The yearly festival endeavours to give its viewers the best content on Decentralized Tech and the finest industry innovators to deliver it.
BlockShow to introduce famous blockchain leaders.
BlockShow will present some of the leading blockchain leaders to discuss blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. The conversations are predicted to inject the global fintech community to the fresh technological outlook. A discussion on blockchain and crypto at a FinTech assembly would promote blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. Moreover, Singapore FinTech Festival, conducted last year, was a huge success. Additionally, approximately 60,000 attendees from 140 countries comprising of government officials, corporates, banks, startups, and investors.
BlockShow recently also organized an online blockchain and cryptocurrency conference called Unitize. Moreover, Unitize emphasized blockchain and cryptocurrency innovation. The conference was a one-stop-shop where participants could enjoy live broadcasts, virtual exhibitions, interactive lounges, and chat rooms for all-important networking.
Singapore’s Monetary Authority, a central bank, and financial regulator tightened its regulations for crypto businesses to comply with the FATF (Financial Action Task Force). Nonetheless, it intends to authorize and monitor crypto businesses that provide services outside Singapore. Moreover, in January this year, MAS passed a Payment Services Act, which allows the central bank to manage crypto businesses located in the country.
Conclusively, Singapore is among the most well-known Asian countries that show interest in crypto owing to its warm-regulatory environment.
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