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    Stablecoins: Solution to the highly volatile crypto market?

    Business, Published on 05/03/2019

    » Cryptocurrencies come in many forms. A vast array of coins and tokens are now available in the market, each with distinctive characteristics, incentives and uses. One corner of the crypto world that has received relatively little attention is that of stablecoins.


    SEC bars 3 cryptocurrencies from ICOs, trading pairs

    Business, Pathom Sangwongwanich, Published on 01/03/2019

    » The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has removed three cryptocurrencies from a list of those allowed for initial coin offering (ICO) investment and as a trading pair for the digital asset trade.


    7,000 cryptocurrency laundering cases reported in Japan in 2018

    Published on 28/02/2019

    » Over 7,000 cases of suspected money laundering linked to cryptocurrency were reported to Japanese police in 2018, the National Police Agency said on Thursday.

  • NEWS

    Victims report alleged blockchain mining scam

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 19/02/2019

    » Thirty people have filed a complaint with the police after they were duped into investing in "CryptoMining.Farm", a blockchain-mining website, which allegedly resulted in losses of 42 million baht.


    Recipe for food safety

    Business, Published on 19/02/2019

    » The number of product recalls in the food industry has increased significantly over the past two years -- shooting up 58% in the EU, nearly doubling in the US and rising massively in Asia. In the past year we've seen Thai authorities successfully seize a shipment of apples linked to listeria, and health officials continue to examine shipments at agriculture checkpoints in the country.


    Coin Asset determined to chase SEC licence

    Business, Published on 16/01/2019

    » Coin Asset Co (, the operator of a local digital asset exchange, plans to re-apply for an operating licence with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as Thai cryptocurrencies listed on the exchange plunge.


    Coin Asset denied licence

    Business, Published on 15/01/2019

    » The Finance Ministry has denied an operating licence for a digital asset exchange to Coin Asset Co, Ltd (, saying the company's system does not meet the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) standard.


    Digital asset licences issued

    Business, Darana Chudasri, Published on 09/01/2019

    » The Finance Ministry has authorised operating licences for four digital asset businesses and denied licences for two businesses seeking to become authorised exchanges.

  • TECH

    Keeping tabs on cybercrime

    Published on 01/01/2019

    » While street crime rates experienced a drop last year, cybercrime rates are expected to continue rising in 2019 as there aren't enough law enforcement officers who are sufficiently trained to deal with the sudden spike in technology-based crime.

  • NEWS

    Round up of unsavoury suspects

    News, Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 27/12/2018

    » On the crime front, public attention was dominated to a large degree by news stories that were wide-ranging, unusual and controversial. The alleged bitcoin fraud had police and readers delving into the complexity of the cryptocurrency issue, which is new to most people, while the arrest of senior clergy in temple fund embezzlement cases tested people's faith in Buddhism. Meanwhile, the arrest of a policeman-turned-hitman responsible for at least two murders, brought back memories of his alleged connection to the kidnapping and murders of the wife and son of a jeweller holding vital clues in the 1995 stolen Saudi gems case. Police also claimed success in nabbing all overstayers in a long-running crackdown. However, the reportedly accidental shooting death of an Indian tourist in a gun battle between two rival Bangkok gangs undermined confidence in tourist safety.

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