Blockchain,
Crypto & ICOs
A Legal Review of Leading Jurisdictions

This report is a comparative overview of the existing legal regimes and frameworks in place, regulating blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings (ICOs), across ten different jurisdictions. The report explores the origin of blockchain and why lawmakers sought to regulate blockchain and other technologies; listing the advantages of regulating such technologies, delving into the transparency of and security behind blockchain transactions. An analysis of the ways in which authorities may regulate the use of blockchain to cater for traditional and future players has also been carried out. With regard to the jurisdictions, the report compares how different countries have attempted to provide education and employment opportunities in the sector. As a whole, the report is a wealth of knowledge for those seeking to learn more about this innovative technology.

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Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates is an international law firm which serves businesses and private clients worldwide. With offices in Malta, Cyprus, London, Zurich and Hong Kong, the firm provides seamless advice to foreign investors and business operators on business and private legal needs at home and abroad. Through its multidisciplinary approach, clients benefit from an end-to-end service, providing Corporate & Tax, Financial Services & Fintech, Yachts & Jets, Residency & Citizenship and Property expertise under one roof.  Key members from the firm’s FS and Fintech Practice Group strongly took part in the consultation meetings that led to the development of the pioneering regulatory framework for digital innovation and virtual financial assets. This development put Malta into the spotlight as a leading country within the Fintech Industry.

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CYPRUS
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Cyprus
Valletta +356 2205 6200

LONDON
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ZURICH
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Zurich, CH-8008
Switzerland
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Hong Kong
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This report is a comparative overview of the existing legal regimes and frameworks in place, regulating blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings (ICOs), across ten different jurisdictions. The report explores the origin of blockchain and why lawmakers sought to regulate blockchain and other technologies; listing the advantages of regulating such technologies, delving into the transparency of and security behind blockchain transactions. An analysis of the ways in which authorities may regulate the use of blockchain to cater for traditional and future players has also been carried out. With regard to the jurisdictions, the report compares how different countries have attempted to provide education and employment opportunities in the sector. As a whole, the report is a wealth of knowledge for those seeking to learn more about this innovative technology.

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This report is a comparative overview of the existing legal regimes and frameworks in place, regulating blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, and initial coin offerings (ICOs), across ten different jurisdictions. The report explores the origin of blockchain and why lawmakers sought to regulate blockchain and other technologies; listing the advantages of regulating such technologies, delving into the transparency of and security behind blockchain transactions. An analysis of the ways in which authorities may regulate the use of blockchain to cater for traditional and future players has also been carried out. With regard to the jurisdictions, the report compares how different countries have attempted to provide education and employment opportunities in the sector. As a whole, the report is a wealth of knowledge for those seeking to learn more about this innovative technology.

About Chetcuti Cauchi

Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates is an international law firm which serves businesses and private clients worldwide. With offices in Malta, Cyprus, London, Zurich and Hong Kong, the firm provides seamless advice to foreign investors and business operators on business and private legal needs at home and abroad. Through its multidisciplinary approach, clients benefit from an end-to-end service, providing Corporate & Tax, Financial Services & Fintech, Yachts & Jets, Residency & Citizenship and Property expertise under one roof.  Key members from the firm’s FS and Fintech Practice Group strongly took part in the consultation meetings that led to the development of the pioneering regulatory framework for digital innovation and virtual financial assets. This development put Malta into the spotlight as a leading country within the Fintech Industry.

Email: info@cclex.com
Skype: cclex.global

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MALTA
120 Chetcuti Cauchi
Lower St Ursula Street
Valletta VLT1236 Malta
+356 2205 6200

HONG KONG
66/F, The center 99,

Queens Road Central,
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3965 3015

CYPRUS
21 Vasili Michailidi 
Street, 3026, Limassol
Cyprus
Valletta +356 2205 6200

ZURICH
Seehofstrasse 4

Zurich, CH-8008
Switzerland
Tel: +41 445 087 172

LONDON
259 Template Chambers
3-7 Template Avenue
London EC4Y 0HP UK
Tel: +44 7583 9433

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