Malta does "exactly the opposite" of "crazy" places like New York
Malta has "a group of balanced politicians" who are rightly inviting the Blockchain companies to do business on the island, according to several cryptocurrency evangelists. They spoke with Lovin Malta for a series of videos that is now called Lovin Blockchain.
Roger Ver, the investor of the first Bitcoin, says that Malta is doing exactly the opposite of cities like New York that insist on acting "crazy" when it comes to cryptocurrencies and Blockchain.
The managing director of Binance CZ, who was one of the first to sing the praises of Malta, talks about what it means to have to leave one country for one day due to lack of regulation and uncertainty.
"It is very expensive both in terms of actual costs in terms of money and time and the interruption of the team, but we want to avoid it at all costs," he told Lovin Blockchain during the Delta summit held last month.
Lovin Blockchain also met two representatives from OKEx, one of the world's leading encryption exchanges, which is also creating a base and starting to recruit people on the island.