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Thailand’s First Regulated ICO Portal Targets $98M Token Offering

SE Digital, a subsidiary of major financial services firm Seamico Securities, has been confirmed as the first initial coin offering (ICO) portal operator to be approved by Thailand’s securities regulator.According to an Oct. 11 report from The Bangkok Post, SE Digital plans to launch Thailand’s first investment token, with

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One of Thailand’s Popular Crypto Exchanges Suddenly Ceases All Operations

Bitcoin Co. Ltd. (BX.in.th), one of the largest crypto exchange and trading services provider in Thailand recently announced that it will discontinue its trading, exchange and wallet services from September 30th, 2019. The crypto exchange informed the users to withdraw their funds before November 1st, 2019.The latest notification of one

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Thailand’s Largest Commercial Bank Retracts Tweet Indicating Plans to Use Ripple’s XRP

Siam Commercial Bank (SCB), Thailand’s largest commercial bank, has denied it plans to start using Ripple’s XRP token, contrary to earlier indications. The bank’s denial was communicated in a tweet published on June 7.The bank’s denial was prompted by an earlier post on social media dated June 5, when

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Thailand’s Largest Commercial Bank and State Oil Company Trial Blockchain Payments

Thailand’s largest commercial bank, Siam Commercial Bank (SCB), and state oil company PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP) performed a successful test of blockchain use for cross-border business-to-business payments. The bank recently announced the successful pilot on its website.Per the announcement, the project, which has been ongoing

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OmiseGo Denies Acquisition by Thailand’s Biggest Private Company

Hasegawa Jun, the founder of Omise — the company behind OmiseGo (OMG) — denied the recent acquisition rumors in correspondence to Cointelegraph Japan on March 30.On March 29, cryptocurrency news outlet The Block Crypto reported that Charoen Pokphand Group, Thailand’s largest private company, had acquired Omise for $150 million.

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Thailand’s Stock Exchange Plans to Set up a Licensed Digital Asset Exchange: Report

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is planning to set up a regulated digital asset exchange, local news agency The Bangkok Post reported on Jan. 17.Citing the vice chair of SET’s board of governors, Pattera Dilokrungthirapop, — аlso chair of the Association of Securities Companies — the report revealed that

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