The central bank of South Africa is looking to introduce new rules to govern the use of cryptocurrency and digital currency in the country. According to South African financial newspaper Business Report, the South Africa Reserve Bank (SARB) is readying itself to deploy the new rules early next year. SARB deputy governor Kuben Naidoo reportedly told the press last week that the rules bring the 5-year-long consultation period on the topic of digital assets to an end. The bank is reportedly taking action to prevent cryptocurrency from being used to evade currency controls. The new regulations would place limits on…

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