New measures may include placing limits on retail participation, and introducing new rules on the use of leverage in crypto transactions.
Securities firms will be exempt from a requirement to hold collateral worth at least 140 percent of the value of each stock purchase to provide credit to customers.
Crypto asset service providers will be required to implement customer protection measures and robust AML/CFT safeguards including the travel rule.
The Singapore Presidency will focus on areas such as asset recovery, cybercrime, virtual assets, beneficial ownership, data analytics and corruption.
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