Exploring 2 Interesting Perspectives on Cryptocurrencies in Asian Countries  

Exploring 2 Interesting Perspectives on Cryptocurrencies in Asian Countries


Exploring 2 Interesting Perspectives on Cryptocurrencies in Asian Countries


In the current times, the Philippines and Vietnam have the most people in Asia who use cryptocurrency. They also have a more positive attitude about digital tokens than their larger Asian peers, India and China, who have more money. Vietnam’s central bank has been asked to set up a pilot program for virtual currencies. Both of these countries want to change their laws so that cryptocurrencies can become more common. 

Besides China and India, there are a lot of Asian countries that have to think about how to deal with cryptocurrencies in their own country. It’s becoming more popular for people to buy and sell digital tokens. Smaller countries like the Philippines and Vietnam are getting in on the act.

People who work for the Philippines Stock Exchange (PSE) say that cryptocurrencies are an asset class they can’t ignore anymore. They also think that adding the cryptocurrencies’ framework to the existing exchange would be safer than people trading on other exchanges.

Vietnam’s Prime Minister, Pham Minh Chinh, has asked the country’s central bank to study cryptocurrency so that the administration can operate its new program from 2021 to 2023. These countries have seen a massive rise in people using cryptocurrencies the last year. When Statista did its Global Consumer Survey, it found that they have the second-highest rate of cryptocurrency use in the world after Nigeria. Vietnam’s plans are still a little iffy.

In a report from Vietnam News, Chinh has asked the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) to look into digital currencies and run a test program. However, the truth about what Vietnam is planning isn’t clear.

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The Reserve Bank of India



The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and other central banks worldwide may have been thinking about how to use blockchain technology for fiat currencies. Chinh’s choice could be about the same as well. To look into digital currencies as part of Vietnam’s e-Government development, he has told the bank to think about it.

For Vietnam’s regulatory situation so far, this is a significant change in the way things have worked. The country’s Ministry of Finance set up a panel to look into virtual assets in April of last year. The report says that a new study will help the country learn about cryptos’ good and evil.

The Philippines wants to use digital tokens on its stock exchange, but it doesn’t know. The Philippines’ national stock exchange wants to put cryptocurrencies trading under its purview.

People should trade cryptocurrencies at the PSE if there were any. Why? Because we have the trading infrastructure, this is the first reason why we can do this. With a product like crypto, we’ll be able to protect investors, says Ramon Monzon, the CEO of the PSE. He said that while the price volatility in crypto trading might make you rich right away, it can also make you break in a matter of minutes. It’s not yet clear how crypto or digital asset trading will be regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The PSE has been waiting for these instructions.

There aren’t any laws in the country that allow the PSE to put more safeguards for investors or bring digital currencies like Bitcoin under its purview.

They are going in a different direction than India and China, which are going in the same direction.

They aren’t big enough to set the stage for Asian economies. Still, their regulatory actions seem to be going against two of the most important economies on the continent. As well as China, India has also been working on a law that governs digital currencies in its country.

A few months ago, the RBI gave informal instructions to lenders that caused them to stop working with some of the best exchanges in the country. As a result, big crypto miners and sales have changed how they do business in China. India and China may ban these currencies. If this happens, two smaller countries may become safe havens for crypto businesses by acting in a positive way towards these businesses.



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