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Cryptocurrency platform Kilumcoin reopened in Malaysia

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Cryptocurrency buying and selling provider Kilumcoin announced the resumption of work in Malaysia, where it was forced to leave at the beginning of 2018 after pressure from local authorities.

According to Kilumcoin representatives, the return to the market in this Asian country was made possible by obtaining a license from the Securities Commission of Malaysia

In Malaysia, however, things did not go so smoothly: In January 2018, the company’s bank account in that country was blocked. The reason at the time was the intention of the country’s fiscal authorities to check the company for possible tax evasion. Some time later, Kilumcoin stopped working in Malaysia completely.

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