Bank Negara deciding if cryptocurrencies should be banned


Kuala Lumpur: Bank Negara Malay­sia (BNM) is still deciding if cryptocurrencies should be banned altogether in Malay­sia.

When asked if there were any plans to ban cryptocurrencies similar to what has been done by China’s government, BNM governor Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim said: “it is something that we will be deciding by the end of the year.”

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