According to a report from Bangkok Post on Wednesday, SET’s executive vice-president, Kitti Sutthiatthasil, stated that the products listed on the platform will be tokenized assets, and will not include cryptocurrencies.
He said that’s because the asset class does not meet the stock exchange’s product standards and could be used to facilitating money laundering. Therefore, listing cryptocurrencies could harm the stock exchange’s image and lose investor confidence.
According to Coindesk, the digital tokens that will be listed must meet at least one of three conditions.
According to Kitti, a token must have an underlying asset that investors can value; it must be a “valuable” product that supports economic activities; and the product must benefit society and the environment.
Kasikorn Business Technology Group, the IT arm of Kasikornbank, will source and screen products entering the SET digital asset marketplace.