Thus,Guest Posting Corporate Lawyers of Dubai will walk you through the whole path of cryptocurrency from its emergence until now.
The term Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and blockchain were peculiar for the world until Satoshi Nakamoto an unrecognized inventor of Bitcoin announced in late 2008 about Electronic Cash System. The concept flooded in world’s market like rapid fire and investors around the globe built a crypt currency market for buying and selling. UAE was also unknown and unfamiliar to this concept until the tides of elevated profit hit the market as compared to the current picture where world’s first cryptocurrency deep “cold storage” entities are established and functioning in UAE.
It is an innovation and a virtual currency that uses cryptography, a crypto will procedure to convert legitimate information into an unbreakable code in order to track buyers and sellers. The need for such secure communication arose and evolved in the digital era with the aid of a secure online platform. This currency is operated by way of blockchain technology in contrast with fiat currency where one authority such as central bank regulates the currency. Cryptocurrency seeks their validation from a decentralized system wherein an investor participating in the process can seek verification. Particularly, Nakamoto benefitted the process of blockchain technology and created the infamous Bitcoin.
Laws of UAE regulating Cryptocurrency
FSRA-ADGM (Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Abu Dhabi Global Market) was the first in line to issues guidelines and regulations in relation to activities of buying and selling Cryptocurrency. The guidelines were regarding the regulation of Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) and virtual currencies wherein, the public at large can purchase and sell Cryptocurrency. FSRA-ADGM will determine the specific commodity on the case to case basis. The objective of ADGM regulations if to increase transparency and to restrict money-laundering activities and to combat financial terrorism.
Inspired by ADGM regulations, DMCC (Dubai Multi Commodity Authority) has provided an opportunity for investors to incorporate a business of trading in Cryptocurrency. However, companies would only be allowed to trade on their own behalf. Accordingly, such companies can establish the world’s first Cryptocurrency deep “cold storage” cellar.