Cryptocurrency payment platform is one of the first to receive licensing approval from the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), the company representatives said.

As an MFSA-licensed financial institution, will be able to offer payment services and issue electronic money.

The license in the field of virtual financial assets (VFA) of the third class allows to provide investment management, storage, and trading services for cryptocurrencies for both professional and non-professional investors.

Licenses are provisional. CEO Kris Marszalek explained that they will become full after meeting a number of MFSA requirements, but declined to clarify those requirements.

Marszalek noted that the licenses will help the company prepare for the entry into a framework for cryptocurrencies called Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA)