Malta is the Most Promising Blockchain-Friendly Jurisdiction

This article was written by Marlene Ronstedt, a writer and journalist that is currently working for Neufund as a blockchain reporter, and André Eggert, a partner at the law firm of LACORE LLP and the legal architect of Neufund.org, a platform for primary offerings of tokenized equity. They explain why Malta is the most promising blockchain-friendly jurisdiction. Among the handful … Continue reading Malta is the Most Promising Blockchain-Friendly Jurisdiction

How Blockchain Needs Regulations to Mature

This article was written by Marshall Taylor, one of CoinCentral's contributors. He has a background in Sociology and Marketing Design where he worked for the last half decade energetically crafting and engineering the consumer decision process. His interest and drive for DLT are motivated by how it affects people and especially those who need it most. Blockchains … Continue reading How Blockchain Needs Regulations to Mature

Russian Institutions to Test a Regulatory ICO Platform

Two Russian financial institutions announced they will test a regulatory ICO platform, which will enhance transparency and security in domestic initial coin offerings (ICOs) for investors, reported Coindesk on May 24. Russia's National Settlement Depository (NSD) is working in collaboration with Sberbank CIB, the bank's corporate and investment division, to trial an ICO platform launched by Russia's … Continue reading Russian Institutions to Test a Regulatory ICO Platform

President of Chile’s Central Bank Wants to Regulate Cryptocurrencies “to Monitor the Associated Risks”

The president of Chile's central bank, Mario Marcel, wants to regulate cryptocurrencies "to monitor the associated risks," reported Cointelegraph on May 16. Currently, there are no laws in Chile to prevent Chileans to exchange cryptocurrency for goods and services as cryptos are not considered as money or securities. Marcel mentioned at a forum of the … Continue reading President of Chile’s Central Bank Wants to Regulate Cryptocurrencies “to Monitor the Associated Risks”