CoinsPaid Consolidates Its Presence in Estonia and Strengthens Its Global Leadership
CoinsPaid officially opened its new headquarters in Tallinn as part of the “MiCA Entering Into Force” conference, where company representatives, EU officials, and industry experts discussed current topics related to the future of crypto market regulation in Europe.
On April 13, CoinsPaid officially opened its new headquarters in Tallinn, strengthening the company’s presence in Estonia. The opening took place during the “MiCA Entering Into Force” conference, where issues related to the bill’s coming into force and its impact on the industry were discussed.
Ondřej Kovařík, Member of the European Parliament, Shadow Rapporteur for MiCA, addressed a very appreciated keynote on “Why is MiCA good for the industry? Which are the most relevant provisions in MiCA? What is needed next?” He stated: “With MiCA most likely entering into force in the next few months, it’s extremely important that stakeholders, supervisors and legislators work closely together to ensure that the implementation of the rules is done in the best way possible to ensure MiCA can work in the way intended.”
Mariia Akulenko, CoinsPaid’s Head of Legal and Compliance, recalls: “As a member of the Blockchain and Virtual Currencies Working Group, CoinsPaid has taken an active part in discussions and negotiations of the text with the European Parliament and the Commission by providing feedback from the industry. We regularly monitor and review the developments to ensure we are up-to-date with changes and progress with our roadmap.”
The CoinsPaid team together with CP Media prepared an educational course for everyone interested in the topic of cryptocurrencies.