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Binance’s Fiat Integration May Lead Cryptocurrency Exchanges to Move to Malta

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Advertisement Get exclusive fiat and cryptocurrency analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Click here now! Earlier this month, Binance, one of the most widely utilized multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency trading platforms alongside the likes of Coinbase and Bitfinex, has established a bank account in Malta. Malta’s Pro-Blockchain Legislation As a part of the European Read More

Poland’s Cryptocurrency Exchange BitBay to Relocate to Malta

3 weeks ago admin2 Comments Off on Poland’s Cryptocurrency Exchange BitBay to Relocate to Malta
Poland’s largest cryptocurrency exchange has announced that it is shutting shop in its home country and is relocating to the sunnier climes of Malta. Established in 2014, Polish crypto exchange BitBay provides access to 29 digital currencies, has over 800,000 active users, processes 125 transactions per minute, and has more than 200 employees, making it Read More

Malta Watchdog Proposes New Blockchain Gaming Guidelines

3 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Malta Watchdog Proposes New Blockchain Gaming Guidelines
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has published proposed guidance on using distributed ledger technology and cryptocurrencies within the nation’s online gaming space. The document – which is currently open for feedback – explains the need to protect consumers, prevent money laundering and other crimes and protect Malta’s reputation, saying the criteria set out in the Read More

Malta Bitcoin Schizophrenia: Government and Banks Send Mixed Signals

7 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Malta Bitcoin Schizophrenia: Government and Banks Send Mixed Signals
Featured Malta Financial Services Agency (MFSA) has issued its Discussion Paper on Initial Coin Offerings, Virtual Currencies and related Service Providers, “to present to the industry a proposed policy to be adopted by the MFSA for the regulation of the ICOs, and service providers involved in ICO and/or other VC activity.” It’s a welcome sign Read More