Blockchain Island | Cointelegraph Documentary

We traveled to Malta, one of the smallest countries in the world, to check if it can really be called a Blockchain Island and of course to party at the president’s palace.

We talked to the Finance Minister of Malta Edward Scicluna, Changpeng Zhao (Binance), John McAfee, Tim Byun (OKEX ), Alexandre Dreyfus (chiliZ) and Marc Taverner (Bitfury).

Information on regulation and Maltese economy data was provided by Gatt Tufigno Gauci Advocates (https://gtgadvocates.com).

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Blockchain Island | Cointelegraph Documentary

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  2. I know nothing about Malta. Before you started talking I thought the wicked British are involved. And, sure enough they were the last ones to colonize. Malta is probably a money laundering paradise for the corrupt, evil, British that have no morals, no humanity, and no soul. All problems in the world are because of British rancid arrogance. If we eliminate Britain we can save humanity.

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