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The Technicalities Of The Malta Gaming Authority's DLT Sandbox Framework
The nation of Malta has led the way with its blockchain regulations and has encouraged its other major authorities to embrace the technology.
Malta
12 Dec 2018
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Gambling 2019
Which entities regulate what type of gambling and social/skill gaming activity in your jurisdiction?
Bulgaria
23 Nov 2018
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The Evolving World Of Distributed Ledger Technology Regulations
There are two primary reasons behind the governments around the world being rather coy about establishing legally binding regulations for distributed ledger technology and the resulting debate as to the legitimacy of such regulations:
Malta
16 Nov 2018
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The Difference Between Digital Coins And Tokens?
The world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain continues to expand from its humble beginnings to becoming buzzwords by the conclusion of 2017, to now, when more people and businesses understand the new technology, as well as, its range of applications.
Malta
22 Oct 2018
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The Legality Of USA Sports Betting Following PASPA's Repeal
On May 14, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act.
United States
15 Oct 2018
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Malta Becomes World's First Blockchain Island Following New Regulation
On 4 July 2018, Malta officially passed three bills into law which establishes it as one of the first countries to enact a regulatory framework for blockchain technologies and cryptocurrency.
Malta
10 Jul 2018
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Sweden's Liberalised Gaming Regime to Return Power to the State
Sweden has been a grey market in the modern age of online gambling, and yet the nation has spawned some of the biggest names in the industry. As of 1 January 2019, however, Sweden will become a fully regulated market following the aptly named bill ‘A Re-Regulated Gambling Market' being approved by national legislature Riksdag.
Sweden
22 Jun 2018
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The Legality of USA Sports Betting Following PASPA's Repeal
On May 14, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA). This action was taken after the state of New Jersey sued PASPA in the case of Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, claiming that the law infringed the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution.
United States
13 Jun 2018
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Brexit: Potential indirect tax issues for online gambling
With less than a year until the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, Gavin West, Director at tax consultancy Ampla Consulting, considers what this could mean for the online gambling industry from a VAT and gaming tax perspective.
UK
17 May 2018
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Ireland's Betting (Amendment) Bill – Long Overdue Piece of Legislation
The Minister of Finance of Ireland, Michael Noonan, had made attempts to enact the Ireland's Betting (Amendment) Bill to introduce a new tax rate for online bookmakers and betting exchanges.
Ireland
29 Mar 2018
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The Maltese Jurisdiction
Malta has become the European hub of i-Gaming, licensing hundreds of gaming companies and service providers, including some of the largest and most profitable operators in the gaming industry.
Malta
3 May 2017
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Place Of Supply Rules For I-Gaming Operators As From 1 January 2015
As from 1 January 2015, new VAT place of supply rules will come into effect for EU cross-border business of electronically supplied services to non-taxable consumers (B2C).
Malta
16 Feb 2017
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ACT Consultus Is Exhibiting At Sigma Summit Of Igaming Malta
We are pleased to announce that ACT Consultus will be having a stand at SiGMA, the Summit of iGaming, which takes place from the 16th to the 19th of November 2016
Malta
 
3 Nov 2016
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Lithuania Starts Blocking Unlicenced Operators
After several countries, such as Latvia, Bulgaria and Romania, started blocking unlicenced websites, Lithuania followed in their footsteps.
Lithuania
10 Mar 2016
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Romania Revamps Its Gambling Legislation By Publishing Detailed Regulations
On Wednesday, February 24th, Romania's Government has finalised and adopted detailed technical and operational regulations for the gambling industry regarding both online and land-based companies.
Romania
10 Mar 2016
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Romania – Next From ex Eastern Bloc to Legalise Online Gaming
A new gambling legislation, the Government Emergency Ordinance (GEO 92/2014), is to enter into force in Romania on 13th February 2015, after the government approved amendments, right before the end of 2014, to the country's main piece of legislation on gambling, Government Emergency Ordinance (GEO 77/2009).
Malta
23 Jan 2015
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Bulgaria In A Hunt For Unlicenced Gambling Websites
The latest round of additions to Bulgaria's blacklist of unlicensed gambling sites has added a total of ten domains in the latest update, taking the total number of sites to be blocked in Bulgaria to 323, since the introduction of the blacklist in June last year.
Bulgaria
16 Jan 2015
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