London cryptocurrency exchange Luno faced issues with Malaysia's tax service. This is reported by Bitcoin.com.
On January 13, the Malaysian Internal Revenue Service (IRB) froze the account of the exchange at a local bank.
Malaysian users of Luno still have the opportunity to exchange bitcoins and Ethereum for the national currency.
Luno problems arose shortly after the central bank of Malaysia published a bill on the regulation of the sphere of cryptocurrencies, which set out a number of requirements for companies operating in the region and citizens of the country.