The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission has announced that it is now publishing the names of entities applying for cryptocurrency trading licenses, as part of its efforts to facilitate fast and secure trading operations.
The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission has announced that it is now publishing the names of entities applying for cryptocurrency trading licenses. This move is part of the commission’s efforts to provide an easy and secure way for cross-border financial transactions.
This new non-custodial wallet allows users to store and transfer cryptocurrencies securely, instead of holding users’ funds within the wallet. This enables users to easily and quickly conduct cross-border financial transfers.
This step comes in response to the growing demand for cross-border trading operations using cryptocurrencies. With this new wallet, users can now make fast and secure financial transfers without the need for a traditional intermediary.
However, users should exercise caution when using the wallet and ensure appropriate security measures are followed.