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|The price of #MOF today is $0.000103 USD.|
The lowest MOF price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000103, and the current live price for one MOF coin is $0.00010290.
The all-time high MOF coin price was $2.43.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of MOF with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Molecular Future crypto currency is #MOF. |
Molecular Future is 4.7 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Molecular Future is $5,258.|
Molecular Future is ranked #1060 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a medium volume of trading today on #MOF.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Molecular Future is $256,421.
|The circulating supply of MOF is 51,099,993 coins, which is 51% of the maximum coin supply.|
|MOF has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 3 crypto exchanges.|
View #MOF trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #MOF purchase.
CandyDrop of 1,000,000 MOF Arriving on Jun 13, 2022
Dear Customers, Molecular Future is launching a CandyDrop of 1,000,000 MOF today on Jun 13, 2022! Event period: Jun 13, 2022 — Jun 28, 2022 Draw time: The draw will begin immediately after the event period ends. How to join: To participate in the event, you will need Telegram & Twitter accounts and complete the following tasks as required for your chance to win. Procedures: 1、Follow the official MOF Twitter (https://twitter.com/molecular_cc) 2、Retweet the specified tweet and @3 friends 3、Join the official MOF telegram group (https://t.me/molecularfutureofficial) 4、There is a sweepstakes form in the telegram group. Fill in your Molecular Future App registered account name (for entering the sweepstake and claiming your prize https://www.molecular.cc/app/downapp_2), and also enter your Twitter retweet link (verify if it is done as requested after winning the prize).
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|Thailand Announces Cryptocurrency Will Be Regulated as Means of Payment
Thailand has announced that cryptocurrency will be regulated as a means of payment for goods and services 'to avert potential impacts on the country's financial stability and economic system.' The announcement was issued by the Bank of Thailand, the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Ministry of Finance.
Cryptocurrency Will Be a Means of Payment in Thailand
The Bank of Thailand (BOT), the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the country's Ministry of Finance (MOF) jointly announced Tuesday their plan to regulate cryptocurrency as a means of payment.
The three regulators explained that after reviewing the benefits and risks of crypto assets, they 'deem it necessary to regulate the usage of digital assets as a means of payment for goods and services, to avert potential impacts on the country's financial stability and economic system.'
Citing that crypto business operators have been offering services related to the use of cryptocurrencies as a means of payment, including setting up crypto settlement systems, the regulators conceded:
This may result in a wider adoption of digital assets as a means of payment, aside from its usage as investment, which could potentially impact financial stability and the overall economic system.
The authorities then outlined various crypto-related risks to consumers and businesses, such as 'price volatility, cybertheft, personal data leakage, or money laundering, etc.'
The announcement further details: 'Regulators will ...
|Thailand To Regulate Use Of Cryptocurrencies For Payment
The Bank of Thailand (BOT), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Ministry of Finance (MOF) have jointly decided to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies as a medium of exchange. They cite threats of financial instability and crime as primary justifications.
Strictness On Crypto
BOT announced its regulatory decision in a press release earlier today. It begins by recognizing how digital asset companies are expanding the functionality of cryptocurrencies as a medium of exchange.
Indeed, numerous companies including Google and Mastercard now allow the use of crypto at vendors that don’t accept crypto directly. Meanwhile, companies like OpenNode are building out Bitcoin payment networks via the lightning network for organizations such as Perth Heat.
Thai regulators interpret these developments as moving cryptocurrencies from “investments” to “means of exchange”. They fear that this could cause financial instability.
“The use of digital assets in this manner could also pose further risks to consumers and businesses through price volatility, cybertheft, personal data leakage, or money laundering, etc.” read the post.
Cryptocurrencies are indeed volatile, with Bitcoin now trading almost 50% below its all-time high under three months ago. However, money laundering and cyber theft are commonly overstated issues. A Chainalysis report from 2020 states that cryptocurrency crime is “falling,” and represents “a small part of...