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After a record-breaking, sold out conference in Seoul, Beyond Blocks continues the momentum with a return to where it all started last December –  Bangkok, Thailand. On 26-27 November 2018, Bangkok, Thailand – Beyond Blocks will host Summit Bangkok in the heart of the city at the prestigious InterContinental Bangkok The post Beyond Blocks Bangkok Summit 2018 Highlights & Beyond Blocks Blockchain Week appeared first on ChipIn.
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Anti-government activists in Thailand are using crypto tech to help prevent authorities from censoring “Rap Against Dictatorship,” a controversial music video that has gone viral in the country. The video, which excoriates Thai government and military authorities on a number of social issues, has achieved runaway success in Thailand, amassing more than 28 million views […].
CoinAnnouncerFirst ICO Portal To Be Legitimized By Thailand According To SEC HeadCoinAnnouncerThe securities regulator of Thailand has revealed that it is poised to allow the establishment of at least one ICO to operate legally and fully for the first . .
At the Fourth Regional Counter-Terrorism Financing Summit, Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam disclosed the plans of the government to strengthen regulations around the crypto market. Minister Wissau specifically announced the intent of the government to solidify Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) policies for exchanges to comply with to put an end […].
Crypto Economy (blog)Thailand will authorize the first ICO this NovemberCrypto Economy (blog)Thailand has continued to make progress in its effort to regulate initial coin offering – ICO – and the use of digital currencies within its jurisdiction. The .
Crypto Economy (blog)Thailand will authorize the first ICO this NovemberCrypto Economy (blog)Thailand has continued to make progress in its effort to regulate initial coin offering – ICO – and the use of digital currencies within its jurisdiction. The .
The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, Wissanu Krea-ngam, has called for the enhancement of cryptocurrency regulations in the country. Speaking during the fourth regional Counter-Terrorism Financing Summit which took place in Bangkok, Wissanu argued that there was a need for more domestic and international legal measures to be put in place to prevent the misuse […].
The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, Wissanu Krea-ngam, has called for the enhancement of cryptocurrency regulations in the country. Speaking during the fourth regional Counter-Terrorism Financing Summit which took place in Bangkok, Wissanu argued that there was a need for more domestic and international legal measures to be put in place to prevent the misuse The post Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Advocates for More Cryptocurrency Regulations appeared first on CCN .
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ChepicapThailand set to launch an ICO portal to individually vet new ICOsChepicapAccording to the Bangkok Post, the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission is in the process of launching its first regulated ICO portal this month. Once the portal is up .
Thailand Gets Ready For Its First ICO Portal The securities regulator of Thailand has affirmed that at least one Initial Coin Offering (ICO) portal will be opened in the country in November. Rapee Sucharitakul, the secretary general of Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has affirmed that ICOs will possibly start to be regulated in […].
Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is reportedly going to certify the region’s first initial coin offering (ICO) portal later this month, with the first authorized ICO project likely launching its project in December. .
Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reportedly revealed that it expects to approve the country’s first portal for initial coin offerings (ICOs) this month, with ICO approvals to follow. According to the country’s crypto regulation, a portal’s role is to examine companies planning to launch an ICO.
Coinpedia (press release) (blog)Thailand SEC To Seek A Grip On ICO RegulationCoinpedia (press release) (blog)According to the Bangkok Post, Thai regulators are planning to launch the first initial coin offering (ICO) regulations portal. They are prepar.
According to the Bangkok Post, Thai regulators are planning to launch the first initial coin offering (ICO) regulations portal. They are preparing it to release later this month.
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Thailand’s Prime Minister Wissanu highlights the need to combat terrorist financing and money laundering through tighter crypto regulations. .
ICOs will soon debut in Thailand under formal legislation that regulates the entire cryptocurrency sector, says Thai SEC. Thailand’s securities regulator will clear “at least one” Initial Coin Offering (ICO) “portal” to operate legally in November, local daily news outlet Bangkok Post reported Nov.
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Mixed messages are still coming from Thailand with regard to the cryptocurrency industry in the Kingdom. This week the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission stated that at least one ICO portal will be certified this month, while the Deputy Prime Minister has called for more control over cryptos.
This post was originally published here The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand Wissanu Krea-ngam has called for more regulations on cryptocurrencies, local news daily the Bangkok Post reports Nov. 8.
Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) has said it is creating a hub for cross-border payments by linking its Thailand business with other Southeast Asian banks, Oracle Times has learnt. The bank says the move is part of its drive to employ technology in redefining its business pattern to make it more competitive, the CTO Colin Dinn … Continue reading "Series Of Remittance Corridors Coming From Ripple and SCB" The post Series Of Remittance Corridors Coming From Ripple and SCB appeared first on Oracle Times.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand Wissanu Krea-ngam has called for more regulations on cryptocurrencies, local news daily the Bangkok Post reports Nov. 8.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand has called for more regulation on cryptocurrencies, urging experts not to lag in developing new security practices. The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand Wissanu Krea-ngam has called for more regulations on cryptocurrencies, local news daily the Bangkok Post reports Nov.
The case of the $34 million Bitcoin scam in Thailand continues as the family behind the alleged scam plead not guilty. The wheels of justice are slowly, but surely, grinding forward in the case of a massive Bitcoin scam in Thailand.
Thailand’s Tax Revenue Department has revealed its plans to use blockchain and machine learning technology as a means to track tax payments in the country. Read more Technology pieces here.
In its fight against tax evasion Thailand’s tax collection agency will turn to blockchain technology among other measures to fight the vice. According to the director-general of the Revenue Department, Ekniti Nitithanprapas, the government agency will employ blockchain technology in verifying whether owed taxes were paid in the correct amounts.
In its fight against tax evasion Thailand’s tax collection agency will turn to blockchain technology among other measures to fight the vice. According to the director-general of the Revenue Department, Ekniti Nitithanprapas, the government agency will employ blockchain technology in verifying whether owed taxes were paid in the correct amounts.
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Thailand might implement machine learning and blockchain technology for tax-related operations, such as tax avoidance probes. .
Ripple released its second blog in the three-part series of “The Case for Digital Asset Regulation” on Monday. Here, it elaborated the scenario of the FinTech in the ASEAN region of the world, especially Thailand.
What Is TokenomX? Taking place on 11th 13th December 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand, TokenomX is a networking and education event focusing on traders, investors, and entrepreneurs in the blockchain space. The event was organized and founded by the Project NICO and takes places every year to bring together some of the key players in the […].
The new blockchain system that aims to verify the accuracy of tax information and fasten tax refund processes will be implemented by the Thai Revenue department. Blockchain to be Adapted in Thailand Revenue System Thailand’s tax authority to deploy blockchain technology to improve tax collection.
Thailand’s Revenue Department is planning to leverage blockchain technology and artificial intelligence to crack down on tax evasion, improve tax filing and refunds. Tracking Defaulters Using New Technologies The revenue department of Thailand is planning to adopt new technologies like blockchain and machine learning for probing cases of tax evasion according to the chief of.
The government of Thailand has announced plans to adopt distributed ledger technology to fight tax avoidance. Director-general Ekniti Nitithanprapas said the Revenue Department intends to use blockchain to verify whether taxes were paid correctly and to speed up the tax refund process.
The government of Thailand has announced plans to adopt distributed ledger technology to fight tax avoidance. Director-general Ekniti Nitithanprapas said the Revenue Department intends to use blockchain to verify whether taxes were paid correctly and to speed up the tax refund process.
A rap song titled Prathet Ku Mee (Which is My Country), centered on government oppression in Thailand has garnered over 25 million views on YouTube. The viral song, which is topping Thailand’s iTunes download list as at October 27, 2018, was released by Thai rappers who dropped fiery rhymes about government corruptions, censorships, military dictatorship […] The post Thai Rappers Adds Song on Zcoin’s Blockchain to Fight Censorship appeared first on Coinjournal.
Cagayan in the Philippines and Jeju Island of South Korea are among such states. Of all of these states, Thailand is the most successful in the cryptocurrency industry thanks to its large and very supportive government.
The Forbes Global CEO Conference has just started in Bangkok, Thailand, and participants have already entered various discussions. As always, the aim is to solve, but also present, various problems, and share their views of where the world of technology, business, and entrepreneurship is going next.
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Thailand’s main regulatory authority, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), released a warning to investors regarding what it describes as “renegade ICOs. ” The warning details multiple popular ICO projects that are operating in the country without any licensing, supervision, or registration.
The SEC in Thailand has issued a warning against nine ICOs. This comes in the wake of an investigation which showed that the offerings were not authorized by the commission.
Unknown parties have placed a controversial Thai music video on the ZCoin blockchain to prevent censorship. Continue reading on Medium ».
Traveling personally to Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, and China this year, one thing I’ve learned as an…Continue reading on Medium ».
Accenture has worked with Digital Ventures, a subsidiary of Thailand’s fourth-largest bank, Siam Commercial Bank, to develop a blockchain solution. .
Accenture and a fintech subsidiary of Siam Commercial Bank have released a blockchain solution powered by R3’s Corda technology. Global management consultancy firm Accenture announced it had partnered with a subsidiary of Thailand’s oldest bank on a new blockchain tool aimed at supply chains in a press release Wednesday, Oct.
Japanese venture capital firm Global Brains has invested an undisclosed sum into Omise Holdings, a Thailand-based FinTech service provider, the companies announced in a press release. Global Expansion The investment, which is also led by 31VENTURES, a venture capitalist arm of Mitsui Fudosan, one of the largest real-estate developers in the country, and returning Indonesian venture.
Prinya Jaravijit, the main suspect in a $34 million Bitcoin scam, was arrested in Thailand after returning to the country. Justice does not always move in a swift manner.
The main suspect in a Bitcoin fraud case in Thailand was detained at a Bangkok airport after being on the lam for 2 months. Thai citizen Prinya Jaravijit, who allegedly defrauded a Finnish investor of $24 Million worth of Bitcoin (BTC), has recently been detained in Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, the Bangkok Post reports Friday, Oct.
The alleged mastermind of the bitcoin fraud scheme which saw a Finnish investor lose 5,564 bitcoins in Thailand has been arrested. Prinya Jaravijit, who is the principal suspect in swindling Finnish national Aarni Otava Saarimma out of bitcoin worth 797 million baht (approximately US$24 million) was arrested at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport on October 11, according The post Thailand Police Arrest Prime Suspect of $24 Million Bitcoin Fraud Scheme appeared first on CCN .
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The Foreign Ministry of Thailand has revoked the passport of an alleged crypto scammer, which has reportedly rendered him unable to return to his home country for prosecution, the Bangkok Post reports Wednesday, Oct. 10.
The Foreign Ministry of Thailand has invalidated the passport of an alleged Bitcoin scammer, rendering him unable to return to his home country for prosecution. The Foreign Ministry of Thailand has revoked the passport of an alleged crypto scammer, which has reportedly rendered him unable to return to his home country for prosecution, the Bangkok Post reports Wednesday, Oct.
Ten months after a Finnish national filed a complaint after losing 5,564 bitcoins to fraudsters in Thailand, the family of the Thai television actor Jiratpisit ‘Boom’ Jaravijit is now the target of the country’s anti-money laundering agency in relation to the scam. According to The Nation, Thailand’s Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) has seized assets worth The post $6.
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The “feasibility studies” have been initiated by the Thailand Ministry of Commerce. .
Two feasibility studies on blockchain technology have been launched by Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce. The studies, which will focus on exploring the use of blockchain technology in trade finance and the registration of intellectual property, are expected to be completed in February 2019, per the Bangkok Post.
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The use of electronic routes of international money transfer across countries has evolved and progressed over the past decade…Continue reading on Medium ».
SuperRich International exchange, one of the most popular foreign currency exchanges in Thailand, has revealed plans to begin offering visitors crypto exchange services. This report is according to the Bangkok… Continue reading "Popular Thai Foreign Currency Exchange Wants To Add Crypto Exchange Services" The post Popular Thai Foreign Currency Exchange Wants To Add Crypto Exchange Services appeared first on UseTheBitcoin.
Ripple announced on Friday that the Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) is the first financial institution to use its ‘Multi-Hop’ feature. The SCB is Thailand’s first domestic bank, founded in 1906.
According to a September 28th blog from Ripple, the Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) will be the first to use RippleNet’s “multi-hop” feature. This will allow the bank to settle frictionless payments on behalf of other financial entities in Ripple’s enterprise blockchain network.
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Thailand’s largest bank, Kasikornbank (Kbank), will be testing Visa’s cross-border B2B blockchain platform. Kbank has joined the pilot program designed by Visa for financial institutions.
Typically Australian banks and large transfer agents, like Western Union, charge far higher amounts for a money transfer to Thailand than…Continue reading on Medium ».
Visa's blockchain-based B2B project is gaining massive popularity in Asia. Thailand's fourth-largest bank, Kasikornbank, has signed on to test the platform, which aims to increase transparency and efficiency in the world of cross-border corporate payments.
The biggest bank by market capitalization in Thailand, Kasikornbank, has become the first financial institution in the Southeast Asian country to get on board the Visa B2B Connect platform. Designed to enable fast and secure cross-border payments between businesses using blockchain technology, the platform relies on a permissioned private blockchain architecture which is operated by The post Thailand’s Kasikornbank to Pilot Visa’s Blockchain Cross-Border Payments Platform appeared first on CCN .
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Thailand’s fourth largest bank, Kasikornbank, will join Visa’s blockchain-based B2B solution for international payments. Thailand’s fourth largest bank, Kasikornbank, has recently joined the blockchain-based Visa B2B Connect program for cross-border payments, local newspaper The Nation reported Thursday, September 20.
Typically Australian banks and large transfer agents, like Western Union, charge far higher amounts for a money transfer to Thailand than…Continue reading on Medium ».
The prime suspect in Thailand’s multi-million dollar bitcoin fraud case now only has a few days to make plans for his surrender or else efforts to extradite him will kick off. Thailand’s Crime Suppression Division has given Prinya Jaravijit, who is believed to be the mastermind behind the fraudulent scheme in which a Finnish investor … Continued The post Surrender or Else: Thai Authorities Slap Mastermind of $24 Million Bitcoin Fraud with Deadline appeared first on CCN .
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Blockchain-enabled independent power producers in Thailand pose such a threat to the state-run power generator and distributor that they will be required to pay extra in order to cushion the state utility from the disruption. According to Viraphol Jirapraditkul, a member of Thailand’s Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), new regulations are currently being drafted which will The post Thailand’s Blockchain Solar Power Producers Face Extra Fees to Offset State Utility Losses appeared first on CCN .
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The Finnish victim of a major Bitcoin scam in Thailand has dropped his complaint, leaving the police to drop fraud charges. The Bitcoin scam that happened recently in Thailand has taken another turn.