Malaysia’s Education Ministry Sets up University Degree Verification System via Blockchain

The Ministry of Education (MoE) of Malaysia is establishing a University Consortium to combat degree fraud using blockchain, the ministry announced in a tweet Nov. 8. According to the ministry’s tweet, the system is designed to issue and verify the authenticity of university-issued degrees. The new government-backed consortium will initially […]

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Courtesy of HSBC, Soybeans Take First Trade Journey on a Blockchain Platform

The Singapore division of UK-based HSBC says it has performed the first live trade finance transaction using blockchain-inspired technology. R3’s Corda platform was used in a transaction that saw soybeans traded from South America to Asia. The deal highlights the expanding use cases of blockchain-related technology in the financial sector. […]

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DACSEE Launches Blockchain-Based Ride Sharing Mobile App In Malaysia

Decentralized Alternative Cabs Serving & Empowering Everyone (DACSEE), a ride-hailing platform built on blockchain technology targeting the Asian market, has launched its mobile application, debuting in Malaysia, the startup announced on Wednesday. DACSEE is now available for Android users in Malaysia. The iOS app will be available on April 27. […]

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Will Malaysia ban digital currencies by the end of the year?

During the last few years, governments from around the world have become concerned about regulating digital currencies. While some countries choose to be open-minded toward Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, there are also countries who are simply against them or remain undecided on their position. In the case of Malaysia, which […]

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PR: Dating App Viola.AI Announces Partnerships with 7 New Lifestyle Merchants in Asia

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Malaysia Central Bank to ”Let Public Decide” Crypto’s Fate

Malaysia’s central bank, Bank Negara, is set to release a “concept paper,” calling for the public to decide the fate of cryptocurrencies in the country, according to a recent report. Bank Negara governor Muhammad Ibrahim is said to have assured the bank will neither ban nor recognize cryptocurrency, and that […]

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