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Pakistan's SEC Converses Cryptocurrency Guideline, Central Bank Authorizes No Crypto Ban

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Nov, 21 2020

Nov, 21 2020

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The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan has printed a paper conversing cryptocurrency guidelines in the country. In the meantime, the central bank has apparently confirmed that there is no cryptocurrency prohibition.

Pakistan’s Crypto Guideline in the Works


The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has available a location paper on the regulation of cryptocurrency trading stages.

As well as talk over definitions and ideas of cryptocurrencies, the paper plans different regulatory methods adopted globally, together with the references by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), and guidelines in Malaysia, Hong Kong, and the U.S.


Furthermore, cryptocurrency can be structured based on the estimation of ‘let-things-happen’ method, labeled by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as the ‘do-not-harm’ method where the financial sector is measured as dynamic and the related need to modernize is strongly highlighted.

No Crypto Ban


In the meantime, the State Bank of Pakistan has allegedly clarified that cryptocurrency is not disqualified. The central bank’s lawyer lately told the Sindh High Court that the bank distributed a warning about selling in cryptocurrencies, with bitcoin, but did not ban them.


Pakistan’s central bank spread a circular dated April 6, 2018, directing monetary institutions, together with banks and expense service providers, to exhortation from handling, using, exchange, field, transferring value, inspiring and investing in virtual currencies/demonstrations. It additionally states that financial institutions will not enable their customers/account holders to manage in VCs/ICO tokens. Any deal in this regard shall directly be reported to the Financial Monitoring Unit (FMU) as a doubtful transaction.


This circular is similar to the one distributed by India’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which forced a banking ban on the crypto industry. The RBI circular was suppressed by India’s Supreme Court in March and the banking prohibition was lifted in India.


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