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Business 28 January 2019
Malta gov’t warns of ‘Bitcoin Revolution’ scam
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is warning the public of what appears to be a cryptocurrency scam called Bitcoin Revolution.
Business 26 October 2018
‘Dubious’ crypto platform claims to be holding Malta license
The platform, called Primetradingbot, claimed to offer high-yield BTC investments, and appeared to be targeting unsophisticated investors who still believe the BTC coin has a future, according to the Malta Financial Services Authority.
Business 16 August 2018
Stakeholders not happy with Malta’s Virtual Financial Assets Rulebook
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has now published a Virtual Financial Assets (VFA) Rulebook specifically pertaining to the regulation of Issuers of VFAs under the Virtual Financial Assets Act (VFAA).
Business 1 August 2018
Malta regulator wants public input on its virtual financial assets rules
The consultation exercise to implement the three virtual currency and blockchain bills into Maltese legislation continues at a fast pace with further developments going on almost on a weekly basis.
Business 31 July 2018
Decentralized Founders ‘Bank’ still awaiting Malta license
Founders Bank has been marketing itself as the world’s first decentralized and community-owned bank, yet the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) said it wasn't aware that the company has been publicly—and illegally—calling itself as a "bank."
Business 27 July 2018
Malta crypto and blockchain bills published – consultation exercise underway
The Malta Financial Services Authority is currently involved in a consultation exercise to ensure that all stakeholders are well informed on what the three blockchain and crypto laws that were passed recently, entail.
Business 24 July 2018
Blockchain, crypto hopefuls still waiting to kickstart business in Malta
The laws may have been passed, but the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector in Malta will have to wait a little bit longer before they can start operations.