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Singapore is considering new rules to protect consumers after plunging digital-asset prices triggered a series of high-profile crypto blowups, including firms based in the city-state. 
The Monetary Authority of Singapore “has been carefully considering the introduction of additional consumer protection safeguards,” its Chairman Tharman Shanmugaratnam said in a written response to a question from parliament. “These may include placing limits on retail participation, and rules on the use of leverage when transacting in cryptocurrencies.”


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