‘This is proof that Malta’s plan to become a global blockchain trailblazer is already being achieved’ From left: Ledger director Anthony Mamo, consultant Abdalla Kablan and CEO David Schranz A young Maltese fintech company has just struck an exclusive partnership with Bitfury, one of the largest blockchain infrastructure providers in the world. Ledger Projects, known locally for designing Malta’s first blockchain-based app, confirmed that the partnership will see its platform merged with Bitfury’s blockchain infrastructure.
Ledger Projects will also act as Bitfury’s man in Malta, selling its range of applications to the Maltese market. The two companies will also get to work on a programme that provides access to Bitfury’s blockchain expertise to Maltese education groups, including at the University of Malta.
Ledger Projects will approach the university to gauge its interest in receiving software usage and crypto mining guidance and in organising technical Q&A sessions on campus with members of Bitfury’s development team. “Malta is an innovative country that has opened its doors to new technology like blockchain,” Bitfury CEO Valery Vavilov said.
“Bitfury and Ledger will develop a wide range of solutions that improve the systems and services that people use every day.” Ledger director Anthony Mamo hailed his company’s partnership with Bitfury as “a big win for Malta” and another step forwards in its attempt to become “the blockchain island”.
“This is a very important achievement for Ledger Projects, but this is also a vote of confidence in the island and proof that the government’s objective for Malta to become ‘the global trailblazer in the regulation of blockchain-based businesses’ is already being achieved, as is the goal to attract world-class fintech companies,” he said. Ledger’s CEO and technologist David Schranz said he is encouraged by the feedback he has received in Malta and overseas since his company launched last September. Read more from lovinmalta.com…
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