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​​​Digital Asset Business Operators


 

“Digital Asset Business Operator" refers to a licensed operator of digital asset businesses, but not including operators who are commercial banks under the law on financial institution, insurance companies under insurance law and securities companies under the law on securities and exchange. Digital asset businesses are categorized into three types: (1) digital asset exchange; (2) digital asset broker; and (3) digital asset dealer.

  • Digital asset exchange means a center or a network established for the purposes of trading or exchanging of digital assets, which operates by matching orders or arranging for the counterparty or providing the system or facilitating a person who wishes to trade or exchange digital assets to be able to enter into an agreement or match the order, in the normal course of business, excluding the center or network in the manner as specified in the notification of the SEC.

  • Digital asset broker means a person who provides services or holds itself out to the public as available to provide services as a broker or an agent for any person with respect to the trading or exchange of digital assets in the normal course of business, in consideration of a fee or other remuneration, excluding the brokers or agents who act in the manner as specified in the notification of the SEC.

  • Digital asset dealer means a person who provides services or holds itself out to the public as available to provide services with respect to the trading or exchange of digital assets for its own account in the normal course of business outside the digital asset exchange, excluding the dealers who act in the manner as specified in the notification of the SEC.​

 



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Tel.  +66-2263-6074 or  +66-2033-9540​