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A cat and mouse game for the ages

As markets and practice develop in the NFT space, regulators are in a race to stay ahead, or at least to keep up with, a steady stream of innovation. 

As a tried and tested jurisdiction in regulation of financial services on crypto, setting up a crypto/DLT business in Gibraltar offers developers and investors the edge. In a world where we can predict with some certainty that crypto will be the subject of regulatory controls pretty much everywhere without exception, setting up in Gibraltar, where we have been operating an innovative, effective and practical environment of regulation, gives Gibraltar crypto projects the advantage of already being regulated, and the upper hand in the context of developing approaches to regulation in other markets. 

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As part of its review, the SEC is seeking information on so-called fractional NFTs, which involve breaking down the assets into units that can be easily bought and sold, said the people, who asked not to be named as the probe hasn’t been disclosed publicly. 


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