With the majority of Asian nations attempting to regulate cryptocurrency exchanges, the number of those declining to clamp down is dwindling. Malaysia is among those nations that are currently free from regulatory laws and are not imposing a ban on crypto. According to the Malaysia Reserve, the country’s finance minister said that the central bank will not impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrencies as such action will only curb innovation and creativity in the financial
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