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Canadian Firm 3iQ’s Bitcoin Fund Listed on Gibraltar Stock Exchange

The Gibraltar Stock Exchange said Tuesday that it listed a new bitcoin fund belonging to 3iQ Corp, a Canadian investment fund manager that focuses on new technologies and crypto assets. The announcement follows GSX Group’s recent launch of what it calls the Grid, “a venue to create and deploy debt securities, funds, and equities as ‘smart securities’ in tokenised form”. GSX is the parent company of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange. According to the exchange, the newly listed fund tracks the price of bitcoin by using a special index feed, which was developed by crypto market data provider Cryptocompare and Vaneck…

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Gibraltar refreshes jurisdiction’s distributed ledger technology regulation

The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) has today announced a number of important updates to the jurisdiction’s bespoke Distributed Ledger Technology Providers (DLT) regulatory framework Guidance Notes. Changes to the Guidance Notes have been made to capture a natural evolution of the defined regulatory principles. As was always envisioned, in a fast-moving industry the idea behind the Guidance notes accompanying the legislation was to be able to facilitate and capture this and maintain a framework that was directly relevant and up to date. As well as offering further clarity on key areas, the amended guidance notes also update the risk…

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Currency.com joins a growing group of licensed crypto firms operating from Gibraltar

It was announced today that the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) has awarded a full Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) license to Currency.com, a regulated crypto assets platform. The license will allow Currency.com to utilize DLT to store and transfer crypto assets. Established in 2018, the tokenized securities exchange is already regulated in Belarus and provides a platform for crypto holders to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, as well as trade real-world assets such as tokenized shares and commodities. With offices in London, Belarus, and now Gibraltar, Currency.com already operates in a number of countries worldwide. Gibraltar’s Minister for Digital and Financial…

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