USP of Liechtenstein for Blockchain Business

27 March 2020 What is the USP – unique selling proposition – of Lichtenstein as a place to start or to continue your blockchain business?  What is the difference of Liechtenstein compared to other jurisdictions such as Estonia, Gibraltar, Malta or Switzerland? Why should you consider Liechtenstein as a place for your blockchain projects? Read […]

How to choose a country for your blockchain-project

9 March 2020 Analysing requests that come to us, we see that projects do not always have an understanding of what needs to be done before conducting an #STO, especially in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.  The essential issue for a blockchain startup is to launch in the right place and at the right time. Crypto-friendly countries often […]

OverFuture’s initial offering of tokenized shares was hastily issued for the world’s first “digital IPO”.

12 Feb, 2020 The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA published a supplement to its ICO guidelines outlining how it treats so-called ‘stable coins’ under Swiss supervisory law. Learn more on the official website. As far as we see, this is not about the initial public offering (IPO) of tokenized shares on a blockchain, but about security token […]

Switzerland and Liechtenstein: Jurisdictions for Serious Blockchain Projects

11 Jun,2019 So far, this year has truly been the year of blockchain regulation: in less than half of 2019, countries that have already regulated blockchain were joined by Italy, The People`s Republic of China, Bahrein, and Finland. In addition to that, with The U.S., Hong Kong, and Malta issuing additional consultations for crypto-powered businesses, we can confidently state that the trend of […]

RLP Lawyers has joined the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC)

RECHTSANWÄLTE LENNERT PARTNERS AG (RLP Lawyers) has joined the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC), an organization of legal and technology industry stakeholders focused on increasing the security, productivity, and interoperability of blockchain technology. RECHTSANWÄLTE LENNERT PARTNERS AG (RLP Lawyers) founded as a tax law boutique started supporting blockchain projects in Liechtenstein in 2017. By now […]

Report and Motion on the Blockchain Act adopted

On May 7, The Liechtenstein Blockchain-Act after a long procedure of public debate was passed by the government to parliament. This basis of blockchain legislation is probably one of the best of its kind at the global level. The law aims to improve investor protection, combat money laundering and establish legal certainty in regulating blockchain projects. […]