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Payment Services Act Implementation

The Payment Services Act 2019 have come into force on 28 January 2020, which repeals the Money-changing and Remittance Business Act and the Payment Systems (Oversight) Act, in order to reflect …

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MOU with Compliance Collective

The Singapore Blockchain Association is proud to sign an MOU with the Compliance Collective on 15th Jan 2020. The Compliance Collective is a consortium of 10 trusted consultancy and RegTech firms …

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Singapore Fintech Festival Workshop

The Singapore Blockchain Association participated in the Singapore Fintech Festival lab crawl held at 80RR Fintech Hub on the 15th Nov 2019. The team conducted a Crypto 101 workshop taught by …

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R3 Corda Bootcamp

Singapore Blockchain Association co-hosted the full-day R3 Corda Bootcamp on 15th Nov 2019, together with our partners e2i, Employment & Employability Institute, Singapore Polytechnic and R3, as part of the Singapore …

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MOU with Huobi Group

Singapore Blockchain Association (SBA) chairman Chia Hock Lai was invited to participate in the “Hainan Free Trade Port International Cooperation Forum on Digital Economy and Blockchain”, held on December 5th and …

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Rebranding to Singapore Blockchain Association

We are pleased to announce that Token Economy Association (TEA SG)will be rebranded to Singapore Blockchain Association (SBA) after our members approved the rebranding during the AGM held on 15th October …

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What We do​


Transparency gives confidence to the stakeholders about the safety of the nascent ecosystem. SBA develops our code of practice to enhance transparency in the ecosystem.


Blockchain talent and literacy are important building blocks for a strong blockchain ecosystem. SBA works with various polytechnics and universities to provide industry relevant trainings.


Blockchain technology and business models are still rapidly evolving. SBA works with the industry to provide guides for enterprises to adopt blockchain solutions.


 “Emerging technologies bring about both transformation and disruption, yet provide opportunities for organisations to identify skills needed and new areas for growth to gain a competitive edge. Technologies such as blockchain, will bring about change and transformation in many of the things we currently do.  In light of this, workers need to stay nimble and resilient in adapting with the changes to remain relevant. BFSU and the LM as a whole, are on the constant lookout for ways to initiate and facilitate efforts in helping workers ride the wave of change and leverage on the new opportunities created. ”

Patrick Tay, Assistant Secretary-General, NTUC
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