Liechtenstein government has finalized the Blockchain Act. The law aims at
laying the foundation for the token economy by regulating underlying concepts
rather than specific applications.Tokens and Trustworthy Technology Service
crowdlitoken has received the FMA’s authorization for its token sale. The firm
has already started the Private Sale and is going to launch a token sale in ten
EEA member countries.Liechtenstein’s Financial Market Authority
Matthias Langer, partner and tax consultant at Actus AG in Liechtenstein, talked in an interview about his daily work with companies who want to come to Liechtenstein with their ICOs and which taxes on tokens have to be paid in order to not commit ta...