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European Financial Ministers: ICOs Can Be a Valuable Tool for Access to Funding but No Rules Yet

Federal Minister Löger

At the meeting of EU financial ministers in Vienna last week, Austria’s Minister of Finance Hartwig Löger said that Europe is working on rules and regulations for crypto assets to support the development of the sector. The meeting included all of the economic and financial affairs… Read More

GBX to Offer Public Onboarding through Fiat & Crypto: “Gibraltar Is Open for Business”

With the hopes of becoming an institutional-grade token sale platform and digital asset exchange, Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) officially announced its full-scale launch today. The GBX, now open to members of the public, will eventually feature fiat onboarding for customers and a number of trading pairs…. Read More

Real Estate Platform Crowdvilla to List Tokens on Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange

Singapore-based Crowdvilla, a Real Estate Platform, will list its token on the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) becoming the third token to do so. GBX is a subsidiary of the EU-regulated Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX) and has positioned itself to be a jurisdiction of preference for blockchain based… Read More

Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange Announces Strategic Partnership With Quoine

The Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) and QUOINE announced on Friday it has formed a strategic partnership. Th companies revealed that the partnership was created in order to provide the cryptocurrency markets with global liquidity alliance. The companies stated they are looking forward to building a strong, global digital asset exchange… Read More

ICOs, Crypto-Tokens and Blockchain Legitimized at a Stroke as Rock Solid Gibraltar Swoops In

The future is arriving a lot sooner than almost anyone thought as, fuelled by billions in ICO cash, the blockchain revolution moves ten times faster than the internet revolution ever did: Gibraltar, their nimble regulator and Stock Exchange are providing an exemplar that may now… Read More

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