Dubai Approves Crypto Trading to Push for Digital Currencies’ Adoption

The United Arab Emirates financial regulators have allowed crypto trading in an economic-free zone in Dubai. The Dubai World Trade Centre Authority (DWTCA) signed an agreement with UAE's SCA to support the regulation and trading of cryptocurrencies. The deal advances the UAE's commitment to becoming a crypto-friendly global hub. Allowing Crypto Trading in Dubai The latest effort creates a structure that will allow the DWTCA to provide the appropriate approvals. Also, they will get to offer licenses for financial activity…

Lulu Exchange UAE Airs Its Partnership With Ripple and Federal Bank

Lulu Exchange UAE announced a partnership between Ripple and the Federal Bank of India to increase faster and cheaper real-time payments from the UAE to India. Since Ripple’s lawsuit led to big losses, these newsstands as a good shot for the company’s progress, the UAE is one of the world's leading countries in integrated communications technology. It is constantly advancing its telecommunication infrastructure to allow for greater Internet penetration, closing the gap between physical and digital solutions. UAE Is Innovating…

Dubai’s Regulatory agency draws framework to Regulate Crypto-assets

Asian financial hub Dubai is set to have robust regulations governing the use of cryptocurrencies within its region. This was revealed by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), the financial regulator for the emirate’s financial free zone. A legal framework for crypto-assets This latest development was revealed in the DFSA business plan released on Monday. According to the report, the DFSA will also regulate different digital assets, including security tokens and payment tokens. These regulations will cover crypto-assets and firms…

Singapore, Dubai and the Philippines Pilot Crypto Industry Expansion

On the 28th of January, the Payment Services Act of Singapore allowed crypto-related firms to apply for operating licenses. Additionally, the Act provides a regulatory framework for dealing with crypto-trading and digital payments operations. The Monetary Authority of Singapore, MAS, is in charge of regulation for crypto payments services, domestic transactions, and merchant regulation, which outlines the Act. Similarly, the MAS is also in charge of mitigating cyber-security risks and establishing controls to deal with the funding of terrorism and…