Dasmarinas, 25, increased his record to 28 wins, 19 of them via the short route.
The Filipino boxing legend said the fight against Matthysse would not be his last, as he wants the final bout of his career to take place in his homeland.
At a hearing in Las Vegas, the commission unanimously approved a deal that will see Alvarez suspended for six months from the date of his failed test on February 17.
The Singapore-based Global Crypto Offering Exchange (GCOX), in which Pacquiao has invested, said it would unveil the "PAC Token" later this year.
Pacquiao, 39, will fight Matthysse for the WBA welterweight belt on July 15 in Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur.
Kom, 35, won gold on debut at the Commonwealth Games in Australia last week, complementing a trophy cabinet packed with five amateur world championship titles and an Olympic bronze from London 2012.
The veteran US ring guru Roach said last week that his 15-year association with Pacquiao had been terminated ahead of the Matthysse bout in Malaysia.
At the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealths, India failed to win one gold, underlining the stark improvement since.
Rosales began his aggressive assault early on, showering the former champion with a barrage of uppercuts followed by body blows, and Higa noticeably slowed down from the sixth round.
The 29-year-old Briton was cleared to fight again in December by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) after accepting a backdated two-year ban for testing positive for the banned steroid Nandrolone.
McGregor crossed over to boxing in August and Mayweather knocked him out in the 10th round of the second-highest grossing fight in history.
The 22-year-old David Nyika defeated Yakita Aska of Antigua and Barbuda 5-0 before claiming his opponent bit him
Mexican star Alvarez, who was already under suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, insisted in a statement he was a "clean fighter."
Filipino icon Pacquiao had first announced plans for the fight in a statement last month, but details of the bout remained shrouded in uncertainty.
Neither celebrity is accused in the scheme which the SEC said raised more than $32 million from thousands of investors.