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Soliman Hashish & Partners
FinTech Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Egypt, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Yigal Arnon & Co
A new law memorandum was recently published - a law memorandum to encourage the development of financial technology in Israel, 5752-2020, which integrates with the state's stated trend to promote...
E.K. Consulting
Blockchain Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Kenya, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Aljad Law
FinTech Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Lebanon, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Mauritius used to rely mainly on its sugar and tourism industries, but the Government of Mauritius has sought to diversify and remains active in trying to develop new sectors to create growth...
AXIS Fiduciary Ltd
In its attempt to keep pace with the fast evolving fintech landscape, the financial services commission has issued a guidance note on Security Token Trading System. The CEO Mr. Dhanesswurnath Thakoor
Resolution Law Firm
By virtue of Section 13 of the Investment and Securities Act, 2007 the SEC, is the apex regulatory organization for the Nigerian capital market, which is empowered to regulate investments and securities business in Nigeria.
The SEC of Nigeria on 14 September 2020, released their Statement on Digital Assets and their Classification and Treatment pursuant to the powers conferred on it by the Investment and Securities Act 2007.
Chestter Law
In recent times, the Nigerian FinTech ecosystem has witnessed strong drive and campaign across various frontiers including payments, personal savings, financial ...
PUNUKA Attorneys & Solicitors
Over the years virtual digital assets, commonly referred to as cryptocurrencies, have become ubiquitous prompting the authorities to grapple with a suitable form of regulation or supervision.
Pavestones Legal
Through Blockchain, digital assets were introduced to the world in 2009 with no central controlling authority. Very quickly, cryptocurrency transactions became popular in various parts ...
It's a new dawn for crypto assets dealers as the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday 14th August 2020, published a statement on digital assets, their categorisation and treatment.
In part two, we explore Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), how it is used to raise funds, the Nigerian legal framework on ICOs, and the pros and cons of ICOs.
Chestter Law
In August 2020, Nigeria was adjudged the highest performing nation in the world in terms of bitcoin interest. This is the result of a research carried out by ...
Pavestones Legal
PSBs are required to operate mostly in rural areas and unbanked locations to target financially excluded persons.
Pavestones Legal
In the past few years, there has been an increase in the number of Fintech startups offering lending services to the public.
Infusion Lawyers
In the inaugural edition of Blockchain Street, we considered whether blockchain technology—a decentralized ledger technology
South Africa
South Africans may be attracted to the concept of an asset not subject to government regulation; however, this sentiment only holds partly true and careful consideration...
United Arab Emirates
Abou Naja
Human history has shown that any new technology invented and introduced to society will revolutionize how it works and lives.
Maples Group
Bursa Malaysia and Singapore-based fintech technology firm Hashstacs were recently reported to have partnered to develop a blockchain proof of concept with the aim of growing Labuan's bond market.
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