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Further movement on Taiwan STO regulations

We published an earlier article regarding proposed regulations to be promulgated by the Taiwan Financial Supervisory Commission (the “FSC”) concerning security token offerings (“STO”).  At the end of June, the FSC released more information on what the final regulations may include. The latest proposals do not vary significantly from the earlier proposed regulations except with [...]

Proposed regulations governing Taiwan STOs

At the end of 2018 we wrote an article regarding crowdfunding in Taiwan. We questioned whether in the future Taiwan might allow companies to raise funds through ICOs conducted via crowdfunding channels. Current indications are that the Taiwan Financial Supervisory Commission (the “FSC”) intends to regulate such ICOs, commonly referred to as security token offerings [...]

Digital currency regulation in Taiwan

Digital currency has been around since currency account balances were first stored on digital machines (i.e., computers). Later, banks effected electronic transfers of this digital currency. Credit card and debit cards then allowed consumers to make purchases using digital currency. Early digital currency was digitized fiat currency issued by governments and held with and transferred [...]

Crowdfunding: a possible path for ICOs in Taiwan

Initial coin offerings (“ICOs”) have garnered a significant amount of recent media attention. Regulatory authorities, legislators, and legal practitioners, among others, are all involved in the ongoing discussions as to how ICOs are to be defined and regulated. While such discussions merit their own in-depth exposition and analysis, this article highlights a simple, pragmatic approach [...]

Taiwan’s progress in creating a positive environment for blockchain

The rise of cryptocurrencies and their broad applicability in international trade and finance have inspired some in Taiwan, most vocally legislator-at-large Jason Hsu, to take a closer look at how they can be integrated into the government’s goals of promoting technological innovation and investment. However, differing opinions from legislators, government agencies and industry has meant [...]

 

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