The Philippine central bank is now considering the digital currency regulation for them to protect consumers and this is also because of the rising numbers of the overseas filipino workers who are using bitcoin and other digital currencies.
According to Central Bank of the Philippines Governor Amando Tetangco, the policy of increasing rates to cope with volatile currencies set in place by fellow emerging markets would be more harmful, the Financial Times reported.
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