ICO, Blockchain and Crypto Advisory Services Malta

Expert advice and a bunch of experience

Wel­come to the ICO, blockchain and cryp­to advi­so­ry ser­vices of Dr Wern­er & Part­ner. Like with any oth­er of our ser­vices, we focus sole­ly on Mal­ta, for busi­ness­es, entre­pre­neurs and start-ups who are look­ing for a next lev­el con­sul­tant, to assist our clients with their next lev­el ideas from a next lev­el coun­try.

Yep, you came to the right place if you’re look­ing for next lev­el chakkawan­ga.

The main members of our awesome crypto team:

Eka­te­ri­na Avdee­va LLB LLM
Junior Cryp­to Lawyer

Dr. Michael Calle­ja LLB LLM
Cryp­to Lawyer

Philipp Sauer­born
Cryp­to Team Leader

Dra­gana Nedin
Legal Project Man­ag­er

Dr. Rebec­ca Mif­sud LLB LLM
Junior Cryp­to Lawyer

Mal­com Wall­bank
Com­pli­ance & Reg­u­la­tion Offi­cer

Andrew Naudi
Senior Con­sul­tant

Table of Contents

Licence & Regulation in Malta

How we set you up as a legit, licensed cryp­to ser­vice pro­vide in Mal­ta and in the EU. Exchanges, PsP, Wal­lets etc

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Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in Malta

How we get your ICO launched from A-Z, ful­ly EU com­pli­ant and gov­ern­ment approved. Next lev­el full ser­vice.

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Blockchain in Malta

How we get your blockchain tech accred­it­ed and rum­ber-stamped from an EU author­i­ty, if need­ed.

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Next Level Online Gambling

How we migrate your gam­ing offer onto the blockchain. How to accept cryp­to as pay­ment and how to tok­enize the busi­ness.

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Companies we work with and for

aBey.co
Apay
Accounting Blockchain
Aryia
bitcoin.de
Bitdepositroy
BitMaltaBit
Block.one
Brokerbabe
Canabists
Chain Partners
Coinygram
Cryptology Asset Group
ETH bits
Forestcoin
Fulmo
Gamble Joe
Hyperion
JUSTL
Knoks
Kic
Luxure Global Citizen
Msales
Mundu
Nextmarkets
Netroxx
Oddsspill
Super7Plus
Thema
TueCon
TueThink
USave
Wex
Zebpay

Licence & Regulation in Malta

What the heck? Vir­tu­al Finan­cial Asset Act Ser­vice Provider? Licence?

In Mal­ta the reg­u­la­tion for VFA ser­vices like cryp­to exchanges, cryp­to bro­kers, cryp­to pay­ment proces­sors, cryp­to invest­ment advi­sors or asset man­agers or any oth­er cryp­to ser­vice requires your busi­ness to be licensed — most of the ser­vices will be licensed under the new Vir­tu­al Finan­cial Assets Act, the VFAA.

The smart peo­ple at the reg­u­la­tor have split the cryp­to busi­ness­es into ICOs (they are called “VFA issuers”) and into the sorts of cryp­to exchanges, OTC desks, port­fo­lio man­agers and so forth (they are called “VFA ser­vice providers). The lawyers talk­ing in fan­cy legal terms sim­ply call them “Arti­cles”. LOL. Arti­cle 3 — (ICO) and Arti­cle 13 (exchange).

This first part is about the VFA ser­vice providers. And it’s a big part. And it’s a lot. And it’s, to some extent, yes, scary – or bet­ter, daunt­ing (I actu­al­ly had to look “daunt­ing” up just now!).

Hmm, but why? Well, in the law Arti­cle 13 is very short. 20 lines to be exact. If you add the def­i­n­i­tions of VFA ser­vices from sched­ule 2 of the same act (at the very end) you come to 2 pages at max. The pro­posed reg­u­la­tion, that was pub­lished after the law, is, wait for it, wait for it: FIFTY TIMES MORE — 100 pages of rules.

Yes, cor­rect: 100 pages of rules, con­trols, and cap­i­tal require­ments and boards, and audi­tors and lawyers, and agents and fees and dead­lines and what not.

From an aca­d­e­m­ic and legal draft­ing point of view, you can only give the MFSA cred­it for that. Who­ev­er wrote that has earned my respect already.

So, is it good or is bad? Mal­ta is a good place for my cryp­to com­pa­ny?

100%. There is a lot to digest for the wild, rage against the machine cryp­to folks who feel offend­ed by the sheer looks of it. We beg to dif­fer. Sure­ly many peo­ple will not open and run and exchange in Mal­ta for the sim­ple rea­son it’s too much, they feel it’s unfair, it’s too expen­sive, it’s so many rules, it’s not tax free, fee free any more – but might that be exact­ly the peeps that the MFSA want to exclude in the first place?

Some cryp­to peo­ple want to be treat­ed on one lev­el with banks and stock exchanges or online bro­kers, they even want to replace them and cer­tain­ly they want to make as much mon­ey. So, if you want to be tak­en seri­ous­ly, in the real seri­ous world, there are real seri­ous rules.

The reg­u­la­tion is not too far a away from a nor­mal finan­cial reg­u­la­tion so in fact the MFSA (Mal­ta watch­dog) are not real­ly over­reg­u­lat­ing it – just nor­mal. The seri­ous cryp­to peeps will have to come to terms with that and they will with our help, I am sure.

So yes, the reg­u­la­tion is cer­tain­ly not for every­one, but then again: not every­one would get a bank licence, or CFD bro­ker licence or an invest­ment advi­so­ry licence so why apply less strin­gent rules for a sec­tor that is 100 times riski­er? Sor­ry, but if you think it through the reg­u­la­tion is good.

The clients we are cur­rent­ly prepar­ing for a license of course know that the way towards the licence will be trou­ble­some. But if you stick to your guns, if you are pre­pared for what’s com­ing, you will suc­ceed. 100%. 100% legit by the way.

So, we would like to invite you to get your com­pa­ny into the elite cir­cle of a prop­er­ly EU reg­u­lat­ed finan­cial ser­vice provider. Yes, it will be a stony path but oh my dear God will this be worth it.

The watch­dog

The cryp­to laws in Mal­ta require a “com­pe­tent author­i­ty” to dish out the licences for the “VIRTUAL FINANCIAL ASSETS SERVICE PROVIDERS”, or short “VFA Ser­vice Providers”, or very short “VFASPs”, but try to say that flu­ent­ly with any dig­ni­ty! There­fore, let’s stick to the gold­en mid­dle and refer to them as “VFA ser­vice providers”.

As com­pe­tent author­i­ty the Mal­ta Finan­cial Ser­vices Author­i­ty (“MFSA”) has been appoint­ed, so these are the guys you have to be super nice to, super pro­fes­sion­al and super-duper com­pli­ant. Our firm has been work­ing with the author­i­ty for many years and can attest that they do their job pro­found­ly.

You can talk to them and they lis­ten, and you can make your point and the lis­ten, and you can ask for co-oper­a­tion and they co- cor­po­rate but be informed they will not licence a remote, intrans­par­ent dark net oper­a­tion just because it hap­pens to receive Mon­ero (EXAMPLESORRY!) in exchange for blue prints for rock­et launch­ers!

Can I have a moment? Can you share a moment? 

Prospec­tive client: “So, uhm, I want to open a cryp­to exchange in Mal­ta, I heard there is lot of mon­ey in it, I got my white label solu­tion from some guy that I know, I don’t real­ly have mon­ey and I have not real­ly expe­ri­ence in cryp­to but I want to get this let­ter box com­pa­ny in Mal­ta and I want to start in 1 week, can you get this done for me please for less than 500 EUR?”

Us think­ing:  “-.-“

What we real­ly say: “A licens­ing process is a dili­gent, exact, and com­plex project, with a lot of atten­tion to detail. It takes time and it requires the appli­cant (“the pro­mo­tor”) to be patient, elo­quent and respon­sive.”

And that is the facts and we are work­ing very hard to you get you licenced as soon as pos­si­ble. Because once you are licenced, once your com­pa­ny is reg­is­tered and pub­lished as “ful­ly licenced VFA Ser­vice Provider” – it is a feel­ing hard to beat. (Aaah good mem­o­ries shared with many dear clients over the years, oh nos­tal­gi­ca!)

Be fit. Be prop­er.

Our team has attend­ed all of regulator’s pub­lic meet­ings so far and we can report and con­firm that they will empha­size for any licence, that the peeps set­ting up and oper­at­ing the busi­ness know what they are talk­ing about.

And the com­pe­tent author­i­ty will check that, you guys will have to proof that you are you fit and prop­er. It’s nice that you have the per­fect beach body and a six pack to make even my grand­ma go nuts, but that is not what “fit” or “fit­ness” in this con­text means. For any cryp­to licence in Mal­ta this means that you, and your team, is fit and prop­er in terms of edu­ca­tion, expe­ri­ence, mon­ey, integri­ty, sol­ven­cy, con­duct, dili­gence and pru­dence. It’s nice that you are an absolute tech super­man and you can code win­dows one hand­ed with a game boy, but that is not enough: you will need to show also that you finan­cial­ly fit and fit legal­ly and with anti-mon­ey laun­der­ing. Of course, you don’t have to know or rep­re­sent all of this alone and by your­self, but your team will have to as a whole.

Go on. Just get an office in Mal­ta already.

One thing I have been preach­ing to my clients like since fore­vaaaa is it is impor­tant to have sub­stance in Mal­ta. Yes, phys­i­cal premis­es and yes staff on the ground. I quote the head of the super­vi­sion: “We will not licence let­ter­box com­pa­nies”.

Licence and reg­u­la­to­ry facts:

  • Any licence appli­ca­tion will have to be lodged by a VFAa­gent (us) and the agent will have to endorse the appli­ca­tion.
  • Depend­ing on which licence you will have to go for (see below) please assume the appli­ca­tion to be more com­plex the high­er the cat­e­go­ry of licence is. (VFAA 1 eas­i­er than 2 3 4 etc – VFAA 4 more com­plex than 3 2 1 etc)
  • The “high prin­ci­ples of MIFD apply.
  • Mind you peeps, that there will also be share cap­i­tal require­ments for each licence so start sav­ing some mon­ey already.
  • Please assume the whole process to take at least 12 months.

The licence class­es and the dam­age

Any­way, let’s dive in and see, what licences are actu­al­ly there? Well there’s 4 licences avail­able, VFAA 1 -4 with 1 being the “small­est” and least com­plex and 4 being the “big boy” and most com­plex.

VFAA CLASS 1

Licence hold­ers autho­rised to receive and trans­mit orders and, or pro­vide invest­ment advice in rela­tion to one or more vir­tu­al finan­cial assets and, or the plac­ing of vir­tu­al finan­cial assets.

Appli­ca­tion Fee (one­time)

€3,000

Super­vi­so­ry Fee (year­ly)

For rev­enue up to €50,000 = €2,750
Fur­ther tranch­es of €50,000 up to a max­i­mum of €1,000,000 = €350 per tranche

VFAA CLASS 2

Licence hold­ers autho­rised to pro­vide any VFA ser­vice and to hold or con­trol clients’ mon­ey, but not to oper­ate a VFA exchange or deal for their own account.

Appli­ca­tion Fee (one­time)

€5,000

Super­vi­so­ry Fee (year­ly)

For rev­enue up to €250,000 = €4,500
Fur­ther tranch­es of €250,000 up to a max­i­mum of €5,000,000 = €400 per tranche

VFAA CLASS 3

Licence hold­ers autho­rised to pro­vide any VFA ser­vice and to hold or con­trol clients’ mon­ey, but not to oper­ate a VFA exchange.

Appli­ca­tion Fee (one time)

€7,000

Super­vi­so­ry Fee (year­ly)

For rev­enue up to €250,000 = €6,000
Fur­ther tranch­es of €250,000 up to a max­i­mum of €50,000,000 = €400 per tranche

VFAA CLASS 4

Licence hold­ers autho­rised to oper­ate a VFA exchange and to hold or con­trol clients’ mon­ey, vir­tu­al finan­cial assets and, or pri­vate cryp­to­graph­ic keys and cus­to­di­an or nom­i­nee ser­vices sole­ly in rela­tion to the oper­a­tion and activ­i­ties of such VFA exchange.

Appli­ca­tion Fee (one­time)

€12,000

Super­vi­so­ry Fee (year­ly)

For rev­enue up to €1,000,000 = €25,000
Fur­ther tranch­es of €1,000,000 up to a max­i­mum of €100,000,000 = €2,500 per tranche

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Our Services: Licence & Regulation

Advi­so­ry ser­vices in regards to the right type of licence

Advi­so­ry ser­vices on the right legal and tax struc­ture

Com­pa­ny for­ma­tion ser­vices incl. cor­po­rate ser­vices

Assis­tance with the appli­ca­tion of the licence

Draft­ing of con­nect­ed legal doc­u­ments incl. busi­ness plan, con­tracts, terms, poli­cies, pro­ce­dure

Assis­tance with set­ting up the oper­a­tion in Mal­ta incl. office space and per­son­elle

Bank account open­ing ser­vice

Ongo­ing account­ing and book­keep­ing

Ongo­ing mon­i­tor­ing ser­vices

Pro­vi­sion of VFA Agent ser­vices

Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in Malta

Launch­ing an ICO in Mal­ta is also reg­u­lat­ed in Mal­ta, to be exact, issu­ing or offer­ing a token or coin to the pub­lic is (or place it on an exchange in Mal­ta).  This is not real­ly done through a licence, like for exchanges, but through main­ly two things:

  1.  Reg­is­ter­ing the white paper accord­ing to Sched­ule 1 of the VFAA and
  2. com­ply­ing with the reg­u­la­tion around that white paper thingy.

Point 1 is pret­ty straight for­ward, right? A white paper you have any­way, designed by the coolest agency and with all the cor­po­rate speech we love to use.

The prob­lem? Point 1 is OKish to tack­le, we basi­cal­ly check the white paper accord­ing to what is required from the law and the reg­u­la­tion and cir­cle it back to you with com­ments. Nope, that is not the prob­lem. The prob­lem is, point 2, that there is more to com­ply with in order to get your token offer­ing approved: the assem­bly (con­cer­tooooo) of the “Board of Admin­is­tra­tion”, a lot of poli­cies and pro­ce­dures, the board of direc­tors and more paper­work  and more red tape.

The solu­tion? Hrm. Hrm. Hrm. There is no quick fix. We are of course a part the solu­tion in guid­ing you and in pro­vid­ing all the legal stuff. But YOU are in fact the much big­ger part of the solu­tion with your com­pli­ance and with your con­tin­u­ous efforts to come to terms with this reg­u­la­tion. Your under­stand­ing and your empa­thy for what is required to pro­tect investors, to make and keep ICOs as an viable and sus­tain­able alter­na­tive option of crowd­fund­ing.

Will there be less ICOs (at least through Mal­ta) because of that? Yes.

Is that want­ed and a good thing? We like to believe, yes.

We think that there are many ICOs that are not worth the white paper that comes along with them. Not the legal and fan­cy design work that went in the white paper. I mean the phys­i­cal paper, made from wood. Poor tree real­ly.

So, through Mal­ta you will not issue or sell a new coin or token “just like that”, that is what the new reg­u­la­tion has achieved already.  You will need (brace your­self and take a deep breath)

  1. Com­pa­ny in Mal­ta (easy peasy)
  2. Board of 2 direc­tors (one of them res­i­dent in Mal­ta, both of them “fit and prop­er”)
  3. Board of admin­is­tra­tion con­sist­ing of
    1. VFA Agent
    2. Sys­tem Audi­tor (to audit smart con­tract of the ICO, and, if any, the under­ly­ing DLT
    3. Audi­tor (tax and account­ing)
    4. MLRO (Mon­ey Laun­der­ing Report­ing Office, can be the local direc­tor)
    5. Cus­to­di­an
  4. Com­pli­ance Offi­cer (can be out­sourced)
  5. Poli­cies and Pro­ce­dures for basi­cal­ly every­thing
  6. Finan­cial Instru­ment Test
  7. Cyber Secu­ri­ty Com­pli­ance (best cer­ti­fied)
  8. IT Infra­struc­ture Com­pli­ance (best cer­ti­fied)
  9. A real prod­uct
  10. Patience

The investor pro­tec­tion is king for reg­u­la­tor.

One word (or actu­al­ly 243 words) in advance (putting my seri­ous face on now): 

A Mal­tese ICO issued before or with­in the tran­si­to­ry peri­od will still have get approved at one stage.

Even so the reg­u­la­tor will allow you to issue with­out the offi­cial “accred­i­ta­tion”, the reg­u­la­tion will even­tu­al­ly catch up with you. Every time any cryp­to exchange (includ­ing your own!), or for sake of the argu­ment any VFA ser­vice provider will want to use, place or accept your token, it will have to make sure that this token was issued accord­ing to the reg­u­la­tion.

Oth­er­wise, it will not be allowed to accept or place the token. And now assume that most of the cryp­to exchanges are based or will be based in Mal­ta (the biggest in the world so far) and they will not accept your token, because you did not get your ICO reg­u­lat­ed – they will not list you. That means, that even so you can issue now, WITHOUT the “stamp” you MUST get it in the future. 

To my dear nomad per­pet­u­al trav­eller off­shore oper­at­ing my life is dig­i­tal lmfao I’m state­less glob­al cit­i­zens:

We total­ly get that the whole ICO peeps are every­where and you have the per­fect work live bal­ance, tak­ing your note­book to the beach in Bali while the COO sits in an igloo in Green­land and the head of mar­ket­ing drinks a gen­der neu­tral organ­ic non genet­i­cal­ly pimped soya milk semi fat fair trade home brew cof­fee out of a cup that he brought with him in order to save fem­i­nist dol­phins from dying of plas­tic  in a hip­ster cof­feeshop in Berlin Pren­zlauer Berg. 

BUTWhile Mal­ta is sup­port­ing the whole cryp­to hype in gen­er­al, guess what, they are not only doing it because they are such nice peo­ple only. For Mal­ta, just like for you, it’s a busi­ness, it’s tax­es, it’s the com­mer­cial and finan­cial devel­op­ment of this beau­ti­ful rock in the Med.

There­fore, you can antic­i­pate that they will want to see some sub­stance cre­ation in Mal­ta, some form of phys­i­cal pres­ence. And that should be already spec­i­fied in the White Paper and sub­se­quent­ly turned into real­i­ty when you kick start the oper­a­tion. So please don’t be shy when your ICO has gen­er­at­ed 10 Mio EUR for you: Rent an office in Mal­ta, hire a bunch of peo­ple in Mal­ta (e.g. cus­tomer ser­vice reps for the telegram com­mu­ni­ty (offi­cial­ly the worst job in the world) and get used to the idea of set­ting up camp here.

Since we have men­tioned the obscure finan­cial instru­ment test so many times, for the mas­ters of com­pli­ca­tion, here it is in all its beau­ty:

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Our Services: Initial Coin Offering (ICO)

Advi­so­ry ser­vices in regards the finan­cial instru­ment test

Advi­so­ry ser­vice in regards to the white paper includ­ing, draft­ing, analysing, com­plet­ing, amend­ing, cor­rec­tion, fil­ing and sign­ing

Advi­so­ry ser­vices on the right legal and tax struc­ture

Draft­ing of con­nect­ed legal doc­u­ments incl. token sale agree­ment and terms and con­di­tions ICO

Draft­ing of con­nect­ed legal doc­u­ments incl. pri­va­cy pol­i­cy, terms and con­di­tion web­site, GDPR com­pli­ance

Com­pa­ny for­ma­tion ser­vices incl. cor­po­rate ser­vices

Bank account open­ing ser­vice

Assis­tance with set­ting up the oper­a­tion in Mal­ta incl. office space and per­son­elle

Ongo­ing account­ing and book­keep­ing

Ongo­ing mon­i­tor­ing ser­vices

Pro­vi­sion of VFA Agent ser­vices

Blockchain in Malta

Every­one is talk­ing about Bit­coin and ICOs und how to get rich fast. We all know, that cryp­tocur­ren­cy is only a very small part of the cake – more a tool or prod­uct of the blockchain tech­nol­o­gy or DISTRIBUTED LEDGER TECHNOLOGY (DLT).

The Mal­tese new legal frame­work includes a reg­u­la­tion for DLT, which is one of a kind world­wide. We antic­i­pate DLT to be the big­ger busi­ness in gen­er­al and for Mal­ta.

The “licence” or more the “accred­i­ta­tion” of DLT in Mal­ta is entire­ly vol­un­tar­i­ly. Hey, you might think, that’s easy, so I don’t have it approved then. Yes and no, we think. With increas­ing main­stream­ing of DLT in day to day life and with more and more inter­ac­tion with “old” tech­nol­o­gy and insti­tu­tions, like banks, com­pa­nies or (sor­ry) courts and lawyers, you may wish to con­sid­er this opin­ion. Hav­ing a rub­ber­stamp from the Local com­pe­tent Author­i­ty as will be the Mal­ta Dig­i­tal Inno­va­tion Author­i­ty might also be use­ful for future busi­ness.

First of all, an EU gov­ern­ment approved DLT (with a nice stamp to show off on the web­site) in itself will cre­ate trust and cred­i­bil­i­ty. But it also helps to detect flaws in your DLT, that you might not be aware of (because it’s audit­ed). And third, in case of a legal dis­pute, you cer­tain­ly have more options on your side when in comes to the ques­tion of “who is liable”.

The rub­ber­stamp­ing of the DLT is done by audi­tors appoint­ed by the Mal­tese gov­ern­ment author­i­ty and I am putting my seri­ous face on again: Be pre­pared that you have to give some­thing to Mal­ta in order to receive the accred­i­ta­tion. Set­up a com­pa­ny, set­up offices, employ peo­ple. They will not approve a DLT on a remote island in the Caribbean with no phys­i­cal link at all to Mal­ta – remem­ber and repeat: It’s a busi­ness for Mal­ta, just like it is for you.

What we can do? If you are already busy on the chain, we can assist you with the accred­i­ta­tion of your DLT in Mal­ta.

Migra­tion to the blockchain — if you are think­ing: Hey, can I maybe also do my ser­vice blockchain based? We can give you the answer to that and we can assist you with migrat­ing your busi­ness from off chain to on chain.

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Our Services: Blockchain

T.B.A.

Next level Online Gambling

In Mal­ta, four worlds col­lide, merge and are forged togeth­er to a mas­sive new oppor­tu­ni­ty:

  • Online gam­bling / bet­ting
  • Blockchain tech­nol­o­gy
  • Cryp­tocur­ren­cy
  • Tok­eniz­ing / ICO

Atten­tion, mar­ket­ing phrase: The pos­si­bil­i­ties are end­less! As mat­ter of fact they are. Our firm has the priv­i­lege to work on a ful­ly flexed online casi­no on the chain, with cryp­to as pay­ment and with an ICO to finance. This client has not only the Ran­dom Num­ber Gen­er­a­tor on the chain, but also the CRM Sys­tem and the KYC tool. The scal­a­bil­i­ty ratio com­pared to a nor­mal online casi­no is 1:10. Play­ers can stake with nor­mal cur­ren­cy, with the big cryp­to cur­ren­cies and with the own token issued dur­ing the ICO.

The Mal­ta Gam­ing Author­i­ty is very embrac­ing of this new tech­nol­o­gy (and new busi­ness of course) as long as it is set­up prop­er­ly, is trans­par­ent and is des­ig­nat­ed safe.

Even if you are an online gam­bling provider and your sys­tem is not yet blockchain based: why not tok­enize the busi­ness through an ICO? Why not accept cryp­to cur­ren­cies as a means of pay­ment?

Why don’t you talk to us and take your gambling operation to the next level?

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Our Services: Next Level Online Gambling

Advi­so­ry ser­vices in regards to the right licence

Advi­so­ry ser­vice in regards to the accred­i­ta­tion of the DLT gam­ing sys­tem, if any

Tok­eniz­ing of the plat­form (see ICO above)

Advi­so­ry ser­vices on the migra­tion onto the blockchain

Advi­so­ry ser­vices on the right legal and tax struc­ture

Com­pa­ny for­ma­tion ser­vices incl. cor­po­rate ser­vices

Assis­tance with the appli­ca­tion of the licence includ­ing imple­men­ta­tion of cryp­to cur­ren­cy as pay­ment

Draft­ing of con­nect­ed legal doc­u­ments incl. terms and con­di­tions plat­form and games and terms and con­di­tions

Draft­ing of con­nect­ed legal doc­u­ments incl. web­site pri­va­cy pol­i­cy and all oth­er rel­e­vant poli­cies and pro­ce­dures, GDPR com­pli­ance

Bank account open­ing ser­vice

Assis­tance with set­ting up the oper­a­tion in Mal­ta incl. office space and per­son­elle

Ongo­ing account­ing and book­keep­ing

Ongo­ing mon­i­tor­ing ser­vices

Pro­vi­sion of VFA Agent ser­vices

Intro­duc­tion of key offi­cials

Now it’s your turn

If you’re up for some next lev­el chakkawan­ga, drop us a request below. And the good news for hodlers: We accept cryp­to as pay­ment!

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