Fintech Market Overview

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Virtual currencies in Spain


In February 2021, the European Commission and the ECB released a joint declaration about their collaboration on the digital euro. Responding to digital transformation, changes in payment methods and the occurrence of cryptoassets, the ECB is contemplating bringing out a digital euro as an accompaniment to cash and services provided by private business. After concluding their public consultation on 12 January 2021 and completing preliminary work, the ECB underway with the data-gathering period of the digital euro scheme. The Commission and ECB will go on cooperating throughout this investigation stage which involves examining and trying out diverse models for a digital euro.1

Digital assets in Spain

Fintech in Spain

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Spanish Fintech Lawyers

Kristina Berkes

Kristina Berkes

Participation as a lawyer at investment venture funds, leading venture M&A deals in IT, supporting iGaming and business assets

Viacheslav Losev

Viacheslav Losev

Legal support for FinTech and Blockchain projects

Denis Polyakov

Denis Polyakov

Comprehensive legal services for businesses on corporate, tax law, cryptocurrency legislation, investment activities

  1. https://thelawreviews.co.uk/title/the-financial-technology-law-review/spain