Do you have a great business idea or existing business looking to raise funds? Register an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in Malta to acquire capital through issuing tokens to investors. Alternatively, digitise your business using the blockchain to raise funds through an Security Token Offering (STO) in Malta.
Raise capital for your venture by registering an ICO. Let us guide you through the entire process from assessing your tokenomic model, creating smart contracts, legal document requirements, marketing and tax planning.
Let us guide you through launching your STO and help you getting started with issuing security tokens backed by a real world assets. Digitize your business by using the blockchain to raise capital for your business.
A cryptocurrency exchange has the toughest requirements from the VFA services regulated in Malta. When holding clients money, VFA’s and cryptographic keys the regulation takes great care of protecting users. Let us guide you through the complete registration of registering your cryptocurrency exchange.
The VFA agent is central in conducting crypto and blockchain related business in Malta. The agent is the bridge between your business and the authorities. Our experience as VFA agent will guide you through the fit and proper tests, financial instruments tests and ensure your business remains compliant.
Malta has one of the first and most detailed regulation when it comes to blockchain and crypto-related ventures. It has long been investing in various niche opportunities and has established various authorities to spearhead the cryptocurrency business and become the blockchain island of the world.
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has launched the Sandbox Framework for acceptance of Virtual Financial Assets (VFA) and the use of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) within the Gaming Industry.
With an anticipated 5,000 delegates and 222 speakers covering the world-changing applications of blockchain technology, this expo will light up the Intercontinental with technology minded businesses and entrepreneurs.Further topics covered by the speakers include AI, Big Data, Quantum Technology and IoT. Representation from the Maltese Government and major blockchain and cryptocurrency companies include;
To maintain its place at the forefront of the cryptocurrency sector, the University of Malta is to provide a €300,000 scholarship fund for students of blockchain and distributed ledger technology.The fund will start this year and will be split over three years to support students who will specialise in ICT, law, finance and engineering.
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