Two new cryptocurrency exchanges have been authorized by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the Philippines’ central bank, to process conversions between cyrptocurrencies and the Philippine peso. BSP’s deputy governor Chuchi G. Fonacier said the Philippines central has approved applications filed by Virtual Currency Philippines, Inc. and ETranss as platforms, reports the Philippine Star. This […] read whole article

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