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The state of cryptocurrencies in the Philippines is looking bright. The two major regulators that are keeping its eyes open and focused on this new technology are the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The BSP released its first advisory on virtual currencies in 2014. It informed the public about its features and risks in dealing with cryptocurrencies. After three years, on February 6, 2017, the regulator then released a circular concerning virtual currency exchanges that are more favorable towards crypto. This circular is called BSP Circular 944 where licensed companies are allowed to legally exchange fiat to cryptocurrency and vice versa.
The SEC, on the other hand, is also busy giving out advisories to the public about entities that use bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for investment schemes (Click here for a list of SEC Advisories). Aside from giving advisories, as of this update (September 13, 2018), the SEC is developing its draft rules on virtual currency exchanges. It noted that the Virtual Currency Exchange (VCE) license that the BSP is giving does not include acting as a trading platform but is more on crypto to fiat transactions. It is also finalizing its rules on ICOs (initial coin offerings).
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