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Oct. 6 – 12 in Review

The German-speaking world has experienced another week full of exciting developments in the crypto industry, with Germany investigating the feasibility of a blockchain-based regional power trading platform, Iota Foundation joining forces with Zühlke to solve engineering problems and the German Central Bank saying that there is no need for a digital euro coin. Here is the past week of crypto and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph auf Deutsch. Germany promotes research …

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Liechtenstein’s Parliament Unanimously Approves New Blockchain Act

Liechtenstein’s Parliament has unanimously passed the Act on Tokens and Entities Providing Services Based on Trusted Technologies (TVTG), also known as the Blockchain Act. Pioneer in comprehensive regulation On Oct. 3, the Parliament of Liechtenstein approved the Blockchain Act, which aims to improve investor protection, combat money laundering and establish clarity. The new law will enter into force on Jan. 1, 2020. The parliament’s announcement claims that this act will make Liechtenstein the first country …

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How Tokenization Is Transforming Film Financing, Wesley Snipes’ Fund

As the world of finance continues adapting to contemporary innovations, it almost cannot help but drag other industries along for the ride — willingly or otherwise. Film is one such sector currently undergoing a quiet revolt, concocting a radical subversion to traditional models of financing. This is partly due to the emergence of distributed technologies such as blockchain, and it has led to a new concept: the tokenization of everything.  In its purest form, tokenization …

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Liechtenstein Approves DLT Public Offering with Porsche-Backed Firm

German crypto investment startup Neufund launches its blockchain-enabled public offering platform featuring a Porsche-backed firm as the first issuer. 10 euro minimum investment  Within the first offering on Sept. 16, Neufund’s platform will be used by mobility firm Greyp, company backed by sports car giant Porsche, Camel Group and T-mobile, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph today. Neufund’s platform has acquired clearance from the Financial Monetary Authority in Liechtenstein to host public offerings …

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