We are thrilled to formally announce our partnership with WaveCrest, and the role they play as the licensed issuer for TokenCards. WaveCrest is considered one of the most innovative financial institutions in the world, and it is with their brilliant tech that we are able to bring the next-gen financial magic of TokenCard to life.
We have placed a substantial batch card order for the first wave of MVP TokenCards and subsequent Beta kick-off.
Over the past year, we have been consulting with WaveCrest to carefully design the TokenCard platform to ensure technical feasibility and compatibility with their system.Note how the Rock of Gibraltar has a similar slope to the rise of Ethereum. Gibraltar — Crypto Rock
The Gibraltar Government recently presented it’s ground-breaking plans for a blockchain DLT regulatory framework. With this proposed legislation and its experience in creating world-leading regulatory regimes for innovative technologies, Gibraltar is well-positioned to become the first jurisdiction in the world to create a friendly operating and regulatory environment for top-tier blockchain companies.
This is big — blockchain companies around the world are anxiously awaiting whatever inevitable regulations may come and having clarity through full government support is a big win.
Additionally, Gibraltar has been the home for almost all of the worlds largest online gambling operations for a decade now. This means Gibraltar has the facilities and infrastructure (law firms, regulators, etc.) as well as a forward-looking attitude to become a fantastic harbour for this next, much larger, shift in finance — the blockchain.
TokenCard, a project aiming to move the industry forward, is very attracted to this major vote of confidence from the Gibraltar Government. Because of this, and with the support of our Swiss legal team and our electronic money issuer, we will henceforth seek to operate within the Gibraltar jurisdiction; a rock on which we can build.
Opening a bottle with the brilliant minds at WaveCrest atop their office at the Gibraltar World Trade Center.
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