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Blockchain Features that Bring Decentralization Pose Challenges to Providing Protection for Stakeholders, According to Chairman of Malta Digital Innovation Authority, Dr. Joshua Ellul and Others

Dr. Joshua Ellul, the Chairman of Malta Digital Innovation Authority and Director of Centre for DLTs, University of Malta, has noted that he has published a paper (with Jonathan Galea, Max Ganado, Stephen McCarthy and Gordon Pace) titled “Regulating Blockchain, DLT and Smart Contracts: a… Read More

University of Malta Students who are Enrolled in Masters in Blockchain Program are Now Voting for Student Representatives Using a Decentralized Application (dApp)

A decentralized application (dApp) created at the University of Malta is helping Master students in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies to cast their votes for student representatives, for the very first time, using blockchain or distributed ledger tech (DLT). Dr. Joshua Ellul, director at the… Read More

Malta Introduces Masters in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology Program

Malta, a crypto-friendly island in the Mediterranean, has established a government authority to assess and certify distributed ledger technology (DLT) platforms. The nation has also developed regulations for smart contracts and introduced a framework for conducting initial coin offerings (ICOs). Recently, the island country launched… Read More

Maltese Platform ZAAR Launches Platform & First Crowdfunding Campaign: Supported by Gov’t Agencies and University of Malta

Percolating since summer, when the Malta Business Bureau and the University of Malta signed a agreement to develop a crowdfunding platform to finance local business ideas and projects, the venture announced the launch of its first crowdfunding platform, ZAAR. Spearheaded by the Foundation for the Promotion of Entrepreneurial Initiatives, a joint venture… Read More

Malta Business Bureau And University of Malta Launch Crowdfunding Platform, Among The First In The Country

The Malta Business Bureau and the University of Malta have signed a agreement to collaborate on developing a crowdfunding platform to finance local business ideas and projects, according to a recent story on the University of Malta’s website. The country’s Ministry for the Economy, Investment and Small Business will… Read More

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