IFSP to hold course for prospective VFA Agents
The new Virtual Financial Assets Act will come into force this October, making Malta the first jurisdiction to create a regulated space for virtual assets, cryptocurrencies and other finance-related activities mediated through distributed ledger technologies like blockchain.
A newly regulated area needs licensed operators and service providers, and any practitioner wishing to act as a VFA Agent will need to obtain a license.
This course is designed to provide practitioners with the basic understanding of this new digital space in preparation for their license application. It should prove invaluable for anyone planning to apply for a VFA Agent license.
The course will consist of four lecture session starting on 28 August 2018, delivered by leaders in their fields. Lectures to be held on 28 August, 13 September, 19 September and 25 September. A final examination will be held on 29 September.