21 Dec '17, 12pm

Singapore cryptocurrency cafe launches as regulators sound warnings

SINGAPORE: Just a street away from Singapore's central bank, a cryptocurrency firm has set up what it claims is the first cafe in the country to be owned and operated by a business promoting its own digital coin. The downtown pit stop, which launched on Thursday (Dec 21), sells "hand brew" coffee, sandwiches and eco-friendly beauty products and accepts bitcoin, its own virtual currency called Ducatus and other cashless payments. A display of the food at Ducatus Cafe. (Photo: Ducatus Cafe/Facebook) Its push to promote the use of its own currency through commercial enterprise, rather than speculative investment, comes the same week the Monetary Authority of Singapore urged investors to exercise "extreme caution" towards the cryptocurrency market, which many feel is in a bubble. "We just want to make sure people understand that cryptocurrencies are here to stay," Ducatus CEO ...

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