Richard Teng was employed at the Monetary Authority of Singapore for 13 years, and at the Singapore Exchange for seven.
Singapore's aim to become the world's greatest crypto hub is being backed up by regulation. Will institutional investors follow suit? Experts believe it's only a matter of time.
The adoption of tokenisation and digital assets by mainstream investors requires a global regulatory alignment that will not materialise anytime soon. Meanwhile, Singapore is stealing a march on rival centres.
Interest in non-fungible tokens has fallen nearly as quickly as it rose, but its underlying technologies still hold potential for institutional investors, experts say.
VCs and other investors such as GIC and Mitsubishi UFJ earned at least 10 times their initial investment when Coinbase listed on the Nasdaq. What does this tell us about the future of crypto?
In the first of a two-part series about the rise of token technology, experts outline aspects of blockchain-enabled securitisation of assets that could appeal to large investors.