With its staff in Berlin, Neufund is a blockchain fundraising platform that was established 18 months ago by Zoe Adamovicz and Marcin Rudolf. The platform lets the firms and companies to increase their income on the blockchain by putting out tokens like shares of stock.
Nevertheless the company claimed it had become interested in Malta by the country’s progressive vision of the part of blockchain technologies that could play across many sectors of government and the economy. This included the accepting in February 2018 of the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) Regulation to stimulate blockchain companies to relocate to Malta.
Looking at Malta’s vision and progress in creating a complete blockchain ecosystem, we have decided to engage our know-how and offer support in building the blockchain future of this progressive-thinking EU member state. Together with Malta’s government, we want to kick-start the creation of crypto-friendly laws, with Malta’s DLT framework initiative already serving as a great foundation.
Zoe Adamovicz, Neufund, CEO
After passing the DLT, Malta has involved other crypto exchanges, including Binance and OKEx, that has really given growth to a blockchain ecosystem. With the supplementation of Neufund, Malta is going to become more deeply associated with the technology, both to attract even more investment and to reinvent many of its own government structures and banking systems.