Singapore-based TripleA gets MAS licence to provide crypto payment services

TripleA's chief executive Eric Barbier believes the licence from MAS will help the firm to expand globally. PHOTO: COURTESY OF MR ERIC BARBIER
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SINGAPORE - Cryptocurrency payments provider TripleA has secured a licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to offer digital payment token services in Singapore.

The licence will allow the company to provide end-to-end cryptocurrency payment services for businesses, including crypto payments gateway for e-commerce, crypto payouts and crypto remittances.

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