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Initial Coin Offering in Malta

Updated on Tuesday 09th January 2018

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Initial-Coin-Offering-in-Malta.jpgThe initial coin offerings or the ICOs as they are known are seen as a solid and suitable alternative for investment funds through which businesses or investors can enlarge their assets. At the moment, ICOs in Malta are considered financial tools for which a legal framework is still on a debate, but this doesn’t mean that Maltese nationals or foreigners cannot trade or issue ICOs once a company has been registered. For questions in this matter, you may address to our specialists in company incorporation in Malta, a team which can provide you the necessary support from the initial steps of the business.
 

What are Maltese ICOs?

 
Cryptocurrency has met a significant development in the past few years, with solid beliefs that this is going to be a respected and appreciated choice of making money. Malta makes no exception, as there are numerous entrepreneurs who are interested in alternatives for currencies and investment resources.  First of all, it is good to know that all the financial transactions in Malta are overseen by MFSA or Malta Financial Services Authority. On the other hand, the issuance of initial coin offerings in Malta must respect the rules and regulations related to investments which are considered not only rigorous but also valuable, in complete agreement with the legislation imposed for member countries of the European Union.
 
As for the registration process of a company in Malta, one should keep in mind that this is the first step in initial coin offerings issuance in Malta. The entire procedure can be supervised by our Maltese agents in company formation.
 

How ICOs should work in Malta

 
ICOs also represent a good source for raising funds, or better yet, a proper way to initiate a business in the crowdfunding system worldwide. Initial coin offerings entered the market in 2013 and are the suitable way for creating new cryptocurrencies related to tokens which can be sold or bought, depending on the needs and challenges on the market. Also, it is good to know that digital tokens can be used to trade shares in a Maltese company. Additionally, ICOs may also be subject to potential risks which must be considered just like in any type of investment.
 
If you want to know more about how companies in Malta can issue ICOs, we recommend you contact our team of company incorporation representatives in Malta.
 
 
 

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