The law covers 12 aspects, include a licensing system for virtual assets businesses, rules for their operations, and prohibitions on unfair trading practices.
Singapore police say the assets involved in the case now involve S$2.4bn, which is more than twice the amount initially reported in August.
The investment token is backed by three Bangkok luxury condominium projects. The ICO raised about THB 2.4 billion (USD 67 million).
The inaugural list of D-SIIs includes AIA Singapore; Income Insurance; Prudential Assurance; and Great Eastern Life.
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