Browsing the "Malta" Tag

Man Takes Bitcoin Miner Seller to Tribunal Over Electricity Bill and Wins

| Daniel Palmer

A Malta-based seller of bitcoin mining machines is in hot water after failing to refund a customer who complained over high power bills.

Steve Wozniak Has Joined an Energy-Focused Blockchain Startup in Malta

| Daniel Palmer

The Apple co-founder has joined his second blockchain enterprise, one targeting more efficient use of energy.

Malta to Register All Rent Contracts on Blockchain

| Daniel Kuhn

Prime Minister Muscat announced the proposed initiative during a Radio One interview.

Malta Needs to Up Its AML Game As Crypto Sector Grows, Says EU

| Daniel Palmer

Malta should increase its anti-money laundering policing to match the growth in financial and crypto services, according to the EU.

Malta Teams With Crypto Security Firm to Manage Financial Crimes Risk

| Daniel Palmer

Malta is turning to crypto sleuthing startup CipherTrace for technical help addressing the risk of financial crimes in its digital asset industry.

New Security Token Exchange ABE Wants to Bring Back Small-Cap IPOs

| Anna Baydakova

A new security token trading venture is coming out of stealth mode with a novel strategy to help small U.S. companies go public at a lower cost.

7 Southern EU Nations Unite to Take Lead on Blockchain Adoption

| Yogita Khatri

Seven EU member nations have come together to promote the use of blockchain tech to boost government services and economic well-being.

Malta’s Prime Minister Hails Crypto as ‘Future of Money’ in UN Speech

| Daniel Palmer

Malta's prime minister, Joseph Muscat, has told the U.N. that cryptocurrencies are "the inevitable future of money."

Binance Partners With Malta to Launch Security Token Trading Platform

| Anna Baydakova

Crypto exchange Binance is working with the Malta Stock Exchange to develop and launch a security token trading platform.

Malta Says Crypto Rules Aren’t Yet In Force

| Christine Kim

The latest crypto laws passed on the island of Malta haven't quite taken effect just yet.