“Basically, we will let the Cryptocurrency promoters including Bitcoin, Ethereum and ripple to be more transparent, the methods to be more transparent and people behind the scene are to be more transparent too. By doing so, the public can decide on its own if they want to invest in cryptocurrencies.” – Muhammad Ibrahim, governor of Malaysian central bank.
It was over the span of question and answer round on the eve of 40th-anniversary dinner of Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysia, when Muhammad Ibrahim, the Governor of Malaysian Central Bank announced the above statement.
While Mr. Muhammad is almost certain that digital currencies aren’t given the acknowledgment of fiat currency by the nation’s central bank. He surely anticipates giving an open stage, and let the market choose the eventual fate of the same in the nation. Amid a similar anniversary feast, he even announced that a notion paper on digital currencies should be finished soon which will serve the community with the supremacy to determine how they want to push ahead with this continually embryonic marketplace of decent variety.
Without a doubt as of now, when most nations are not in favor of another type of economy and attempting to obstruct the same at all cost. Malaysia has come up for instance, on how ‘the new’ must be invited and might be furnished with an opportunity to develop.
“No plans to ban cryptocurrencies in Malaysia, since doing the same shall curb creativity and innovation in the financial sector” – Finance minister, Johari Abdul Ghani.
Time has changed and the way also. Particularly when we consider financial sector and field identified with the same. Thence it’s essential that in this quickly advancing condition of data and technology, policymakers aren’t simply considering what can turn out badly, but on the other hand are looking at on the potential outcomes of development.
“When necessary, policymakers should be bold in drafting policies especially when the operation in financial and economic system face pressure or the yardsticks are no longer effective,” – Muhammad Ibrahim, governor of Malaysian central bank.
According to officials, the Malaysian government has likewise proclaimed that while they are wanting to back out a little while forming regulations with the goal that corporate sectors can benefit the best of future business opportunities. They have likewise made a point, not to release the factor of inherent risk go by simply like that. According to Muhammad, it is critical the policies identified with same must be transparent so better choices can be taken after open communication with the general population.