At least one country is opening its arms to initial coin offerings…
by Manoj Sharma for CNR
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) intends to set forth a fully-fledged regulatory framework and to officially introduce initial coin offerings (ICOs) in 2019, it’s been revealed. The Emirates will rely on ICOs as an alternative way of raising money.
Initial coin offerings have gone through a bumpy few months, with a significant fall in the amount raised via them in 2018. The UAE is reportedly going to bring an encompassing and comprehensive regulatory framework for them

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