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8mon ago

Switzerland, already well-known for its crypto-friendly stance, is gearing to develop yet another crypto hub. If the new partnership between crypto valley Zug’s crypto lobbyists and Zurich’s tourism Czars is executed, the valley could soon witness a northward expansion.

The Swiss city of Zurich boasts of financial traditionalists and also headquarters one-third of Switzerland’s banks. In addition to well-established legal and health services, it is also the home of a large number of tech-minded individuals. The list includes 150 blockchain-related companies. The rising growth can be attributed to the Crypto Valley Association(CVA) which has been earnestly working to catalyze the growth of Swiss crypto space. The previous month, it put forward 14 different laws for the same.

CVA Executive Director Alexander Schell then said:

“We’re not just waiting for things to happen. We’re actively involved in proposing regulation.”

The latter also partnered with Zurich Tourism, to bring blockchain awareness, tourism, and business to Zurich. For the same, the pair signed a memorandum of understanding “to grow the Swiss blockchain ecosystem.”

The gnomes of Zurich- a slang term for Swiss Bankers are also warming up to blockchain and crypto. Also, the deep-rooted trust in gold and traditional finance is slowly turning to turn around into an increasing need for privacy.

Startups have become an important part of the ecosystem in recent years. As a matter of fact,  Zurich attracted 515 million francs ($517 million) in venture capital investment in 2018, as per the Swiss Private Equity and Corporate Finance Association.

Also, in August, the Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) licensed two companies to provide banking services to Swiss-based crypto businesses and also trade securities. Furthermore, Zug-registered Seba Crypto and Zurich-based Sygnum became Switzerland’s first regulated crypto banks.

Will Zurich see more crypto and blockchain ventures soon? Let us know, what you think in the comments below!

Coming from a physics background the unpredictability and intrigue of the cryptoverse attracted me to take a dive in this field. I am all eyes and ears for the latest trends in blockchain and crypto sphere. Whenever I am not writing or researching, I love to read sci-fi novels, play basketball and watch action movies. I strongly believe that blockchain and cryptocurrency will bring lasting transformations in people’s lives in the years to come. You can reach out to me at supriya [at] coingape.com.

Coming from a physics background the unpredictability and intrigue of the cryptoverse attracted me to take a dive in this field. I am all eyes and ears for the latest trends in blockchain and crypto sphere. Whenever I am not writing or researching, I love to read sci-fi novels, play basketball and watch action movies. I strongly believe that blockchain and cryptocurrency will bring lasting transformations in people’s lives in the years to come. You can reach out to me at supriya [at] coingape.com.

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Switzerland, already well-known for its crypto-friendly stance, is gearing to develop yet another crypto hub. If the new partnership between crypto valley Zug’s crypto lobbyists and Zurich’s tourism Czars is executed, the valley could soon witness a northward expansion.

The Swiss city of Zurich boasts of financial traditionalists and also headquarters one-third of Switzerland’s banks. In addition to well-established legal and health services, it is also the home of a large number of tech-minded individuals. The list includes 150 blockchain-related companies. The rising growth can be attributed to the Crypto Valley Association(CVA) which has been earnestly working to catalyze the growth of Swiss crypto space. The previous month, it put forward 14 different laws for the same.

CVA Executive Director Alexander Schell then said:

“We’re not just waiting for things to happen. We’re actively involved in proposing regulation.”

The latter also partnered with Zurich Tourism, to bring blockchain awareness, tourism, and business to Zurich. For the same, the pair signed a memorandum of understanding “to grow the Swiss blockchain ecosystem.”

The gnomes of Zurich- a slang term for Swiss Bankers are also warming up to blockchain and crypto. Also, the deep-rooted trust in gold and traditional finance is slowly turning to turn around into an increasing need for privacy.

Startups have become an important part of the ecosystem in recent years. As a matter of fact,  Zurich attracted 515 million francs ($517 million) in venture capital investment in 2018, as per the Swiss Private Equity and Corporate Finance Association.

Also, in August, the Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) licensed two companies to provide banking services to Swiss-based crypto businesses and also trade securities. Furthermore, Zug-registered Seba Crypto and Zurich-based Sygnum became Switzerland’s first regulated crypto banks.

Will Zurich see more crypto and blockchain ventures soon? Let us know, what you think in the comments below!

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