Regulations to strengthen companies’ legitimacy – government DLT advisor

Blockchain Europe Gibraltar Regulations
Maciek Klimowicz
Written by Maciek Klimowicz

In a bid to attract new fintech firms, the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) is preparing a new set of licensing rules for Blockchain startups who use the technology to transfer money or assets.

The British overseas territory sees this new regulatory system as a way to attract new fintech firms — new Blockchain companies could boost the financial services industry after Brexit.

Nicky Gomez GFSC’s head of risk and innovation said that the need for more regulations was expressed by the companies themselves many of which “have been craving for a jurisdiction to regulate them.”

The new regulations will strengthen the blockchain companies’ legitimacy and make opening bank accounts easier for them – that is according to Sian Jones, Gibraltar government’s senior advisor on Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)

About the author

Maciek Klimowicz

Maciek Klimowicz

A seasoned writer and editor with 10 years of experience in a variety of print and online media. Recognizing the transformative potential of the blockchain technology, Maciek has now put his pen to work to explore the key issues of this fast-evolving sector. Contact him on [email protected].

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