After receiving local bank support, Luno restarted the Singapore area service after two years.

Babbitt News, Luno, a cryptocurrency exchange that stopped its business in Singapore two years ago, will resume its services in Singapore after opening accounts with the two local banks, which may indicate that Singapore’s banks are approaching the industry. Warm up. Luja Asia business director Vijay Ayyar and regional manager Sherry Goh said the company will restart SGD's digital wallet and trading services within a month. The two corporate bank accounts allowed the company to pay wages and hold funds raised from investors, but Luno refused to disclose the bank's name.