The adoption of blockchain will represent a total shift from the traditional business dealings in Mauritius, by placing trust and authority in a decentralised network.
After having issued a Guidance Note in September 2018 on its position regarding investment in digital assets, including Cryptocurrencies and tokens,
This article attempts to provide a summary of the key principles applicable to a custodian of digital assets.
Since 2017, the Government of Mauritius has demonstrated its interest and commitment to accelerating the country's move to an age of digitally-enabled economic growth, namely by creating new opportunities for private investment and job creation.
2017 was a very eventful year for the crypto industry. From the price of Bitcoin shooting from a starting price in the region of USD 985 at the beginning of January 2017 to a surprising USD 19,186 ...
FinTech will inevitably change the way we do business in Mauritius and elsewhere, thereby creating opportunities for both industry incumbents and new players.
FinTech is an important topic for businesses globally as it is disrupting and changing the global financial landscape.
FinTech has become a global phenomenon. Cities such as London, New York, San Francisco, Shenzhen and Singapore have already positioned themselves as a leading FinTech Hubs.
The British High Commission in Mauritius organised Wednesday 25 January 2017, jointly with the Financial Services Promotion Agency and the Board of Investment, the first ever UK-Mauritius fintech conference.