FINTECH firm Lendo is the talk of the Rock after playing an integral role at the recent Gibraltar International Fintech Forum 2018.
Lendo’s CEO, David Honeyman, joined a panel of experts including the managing director of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange Nick Cowan to discuss the crypto industry.
Honeyman praised the recent implementation of DLT regulation arguing that it firmly establishes Gibraltar at the forefront of the fintech world.
He also revealed that Lendo, a key sponsor at the event, would apply to be fully licensed under the DLT regulation and to be listed on the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX).
“Gibraltar is leading Europe in blockchain technology regulation and the newly formed Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange aims to be a world-leading institutional-grade token sale platform and cryptocurrency exchange and we want Lendo to be part of this robust regulatory environment,” said Honeyman.
“Being licensed in Gibraltar and listed on the GBX will further consolidate Lendo’s core values of transparency and trust.”
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