Asian regulators often become "suppliers" news cryptocurrency in the world. This time they again tightened the requirements for trading venues. Changes felt by traders in many countries of the region. In particular, the government of Malaysia introduced new rules and amendments to existing legislation aimed at combating such phenomena as the laundering of "black money" and the funding of extremist organizations. To do this, the Malaysian Central Bank ordered all exchanges to verify user accounts to know who and where to send money.
Now to trade bitcoin and other coins, the trader must give your real name, date of birth, exact address. Moreover, to the payment or exchange has passed the checks, you need to specify its purpose.
Lawmakers asking the leadership of cripture to be more attentive to the registered clients. Because among them might be terrorists and other criminals. Verification of personal information now becomes mandatory, and should increase the level of internal security.
The first steps in this direction, Malaysian officials made in the late 2017. The first version of the law appeared in December of the same year. In parallel with regulation of cryptocurrency transactions, followed by a formal statement Negara Malaysia concerning the legal status of digital assets. They still are not legal on the territory of the state payment systems, and will not be equal in the rights to Vietnam currencies.
The Bank's representatives advise citizens to carefully study the financial risks associated with investments in BTC and aldaine.