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|The price of #YEE today is $0.0000000301 USD.|
The lowest YEE price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000000301, and the current live price for one YEE coin is $0.00000003007.
The all-time high YEE coin price was $0.06.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of YEE with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.
|The code for Yee crypto currency is also #YEE. |
Yee is 5.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Yee is not available at this time.|
Yee is ranking upwards to #2943 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is unknown during the past 24 hours for #YEE.|
|The circulating supply of YEE is 8,000,000,000 coins, which is 80% of the maximum coin supply.|
|YEE has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on probably at least one crypto exchanges but we don't have this data.|
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More Yee (#YEE) News
|Singapore's Monetary Authority Issues 9-Year Ban on Three Arrows Capital...
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued nine-year prohibition orders against Three Arrows Capital (3AC) founders Zhu Su and Kyle Davies, banning them from regulated financial activities in the country. The orders come after a MAS investigation that reportedly uncovered multiple violations of securities laws by the now-defunct crypto hedge fund and its directors.MAS Slaps 9-Year Ban on Three Arrows Capital Founders Over Violations
The prohibition orders prevent Zhu and Davies from performing any regulated activity or taking part in managing or becoming a major shareholder of any Singapore capital market services firm. The notice disclosed that the bans took effect on September 13.
MAS first reprimanded 3AC in June for providing false information and exceeding assets under management limits. Further investigation found 3AC failed to notify regulators about hiring a portfolio manager, gave false information about the manager's role, and lacked an adequate risk management framework for its cryptocurrency investments.
As directors of 3AC, Zhu and Davies were primarily responsible for ensuring compliance with regulations, MAS detailed. “MAS’ investigation showed that they had failed to discharge their duties and were responsible for TACPL’s breaches,” the entity wrote in the press release.
MAS Assistant Managing Director Loo Siew Yee stated: “Senior management of fund managers are required to implement robust risk management measures to pr...
|Singapore To Restrict Highly Risky Crypto Investment Marketing
Singapore, one of the world's most progressive financial cities and home to many crypto investment companies, is cracking down on advertisements for digital asset services within its borders.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore, which to summarize: 'This new law will effectively ban advertisements related to digital currencies.' It's another setback for cryptocurrency suppliers as more countries regulate this sector.
The Financial Authority of Singapore has issued guidelines to crypto investment companies that urge them to cautionary advertising and marketing in public areas and bodily or digital currency trading. The government agency says these practices are dangerous for most people because they can lead others into losing their funds when something goes wrong with your investment strategy - which could happen at any time.
As authorities have already upset several companies with the gradual approvals, these new rules might create an even more competitive environment.
Crypto suppliers should not use social media platforms or other public sites to attract new customers. They can't advertise on buses, trains, and places where they stop as well - nor through broadcast/print media, for that matter. Offering ATMs with crypto tokens is also discouraged.
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Cryptocurrency exchanges should not pay influencers to promote their services. This is because Singaporean law requires all advertising ...
|Singapore Restricts Crypto Ads — Central Bank Says Crypto Trading ...
Singapore's central bank has issued guidelines to discourage cryptocurrency trading by the general public. The central bank emphasized that 'the trading of cryptocurrencies is highly risky and not suitable for the general public.'
Singapore's Central Bank Discouraging Crypto Trading by the General Public
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the nation's central bank, announced Monday that it has issued guidelines 'to discourage cryptocurrency trading by [the] general public.'
The guidelines restrict cryptocurrency trading service providers from promoting their digital payment token (DPT) services to the general public. DPT is commonly known as cryptocurrency, the MAS clarified.
The central bank explained that companies should not market or advertise crypto services in public areas in Singapore or use third parties, such as social media influencers, to promote cryptocurrency services to the general public.
Companies can only market or advertise crypto services on their own corporate websites, mobile applications, or official social media accounts.
Loo Siew Yee, the MAS' assistant managing director for policy, payments, and financial crime, noted that the central bank 'strongly encourages the development of blockchain technology and innovative application of crypto tokens in value-adding use cases.' However, she stressed:
But the trading of cryptocurrencies is highly risky and not suitable for the general public. DPT service providers should therefore not portray the tra...
|Singapore Urges Local Crypto Companies to Refrain From Promoting Digital...
The city-state’s central bank - the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) – reportedly issued guidelines that limit crypto trading service providers from promoting such assets. The financial institution believes dealing with digital assets is highly risky and unsuitable for every investor.
In addition, Australia’s top financial watchdog - the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) – advised locals to restrain from investing retirement savings into bitcoin and the alternative coins.
Strict Rules for Advertising Crypto Services in Singapore
Singapore is known as one of the Asian cryptocurrency hubs as it has a comprehensive regulatory framework for dealing with such assets and a friendly ecosystem.
Those features have attracted a considerable chunk of the locals, who started delving into the industry in recent months. In fact, a survey revealed that 43% of them own digital assets, while 46% intend to enter the market this year.
Despite all of this, the Monetary Authority of Singapore urged local crypto firms not to advertise their services in public areas or by engaging third parties, such as social media influencers. They can only promote on their own corporate websites, official social media accounts, or mobile applications.
Loo Siew Yee – Assistant Managing Director at the MAS – asserted that the financial institution is not against the cryptocurrency industry. It even encourages the development of blockchain technology, s...