Hong Kong regulator to publish more crypto information

Hong Kong at night

Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) will publish a list of cryptocurrency platforms that have applied for licences, making a u-turn from its previous position.

The SFC will provide more information about cryptocurrency exchanges and try to make it easier for consumers to report, it said on September 25. The regulator said four firms have applied for a virtual asset trading platform (VATP) licence, but JPEX is not one of them.

The move came after the SFC referred “suspicious

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