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How Do Smart Contracts Work?

How Do Smart Contracts Work?

The blockchain is one of the hardest things to explain about cryptocurrency and Ethereum’s smart contracts can be every bit as confusing.

How To Store Bitcoin? – The Security and Convenience Concerns

How To Store Bitcoin? – The Security and Convenience Concerns

You will need somewhere safe to store your Bitcoins before you go about buying any. This storage space is known as a ‘wallet’. It doesn’t actually hold the Bitcoins in it, but instead, it stores the private key that is required to access the bitcoin address – also known as your public key.

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Business Bank Account In Malta – How To Apply?

If you’re planning to open a new bank account in Malta, you’ll be pleased with all the available options, no matter if you’re looking for a private account or a corporate banking solution. The key to

VAT Return In Malta – A Detailed Overview

Submitting your VAT declaration in Malta is a simple process that only takes a few minutes to complete through the Internet.
Funding & Incentives With Malta Enterprise

Funding & Incentives With Malta Enterprise

Malta Enterprise is the economic growth agency that is responsible for the development and support of Malta’s enterprise both locally and internationally. To help facilitate the development and growth of businesses in Malta, the agency provides a range of funding and support that assists in facilitating the enterprise throughout its stages of growth.

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Business Incentives in Malta – Benefits for Companies

Business Incentives in Malta – Benefits for Companies

Malta is renowned as a global centre of excellence for commerce. This reputation is thanks in part to the significant business incentives in Malta, afforded by its inherently pro-business policies. It is no surprise, then, that so many successful companies establish themselves in Malta.

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How Financial Services in Malta have Grown to be World-Leaders

How Financial Services in Malta have Grown to be World-Leaders

It might be the smallest member of the EU state, with both a small population and land area but Malta is truly a world leader when it comes to financial services. Indeed, financial services in Malta are world-recognised and highly competitive when it comes to delivering international financial services.

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Termination of Employment – What You Need To Know

Termination of Employment – What You Need To Know

Depending on your type of contract and how long you have been working for your employer, there’s a notice period that must be observed no matter which party (you or the employer) wants to terminate your employment position. In case you’re still going through the 1-month initial probationary period, notification must be made a week in advance.

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Malta Trademark (and EU Trademark) Registration

Malta Trademark (and EU Trademark) Registration

Anyone who wants to create a valuable brand name (as well as trade name and logo) should make sure to secure exclusive usage rights of these assets by applying for a trade mark. If you’re planning to register, renew or make amendments to a Malta Trademark or EU trademark, keep the following advice in mind. 

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How to Register a Company in Malta – 10 Steps

How to Register a Company in Malta – 10 Steps

With its year-round sunshine and flexible workers, this small island is a great place to register a company. Working with customers or suppliers in the rest of the world is quite straightforward as there are transportation links with mainland Europe and North Africa.

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What is Bitcoin? – Understanding How To Use

What is Bitcoin? – Understanding How To Use

The Bitcoin is a cutting edge modern currency that brings some elements of early money transactions to our technologically advanced world. It was created by an anonymous programmer (or group) who allegedly wanted to create an alternative to standard currencies, whose value revolves around the cost of a commodity such as gold.