Publications

Publications
 25 Oct 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
The impact Blockchain could bring about within the healthcare industry would create a more transparent system for the management of medical and client information, which is classified as sensitive data. By using such technologies, the quality of care given to patients would drastically improve, making it a more patient-centric industry. If a healthcare blockchain for the benefit of patients were to ever be implemented, the Blockchain revolution would definitely bring about positive change.
 25 Oct 2018 Priscilla Mifsud Parker
The Blockchain revolution is bringing about change in a number of different industries. The innovative technologies are being used to make administrative processes, research and data protection more secure and transparent. Through more reliable systems, customer service will see a significant improvement and profit margins will increase within the industry. A blockchain for the provision of healthcare, will, therefore, be a step in the right direction towards positive change.
 19 Oct 2018 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Malta has created an environment to attract individuals interested in setting up a blockchain technology company to its shores. Besides the introduction of the Blockchain Acts, the Blockchain Island has set up various attractive incentives to encourage the Blockchain Revolution in Malta. These clear laws and guidelines will allow individuals to benefit from legal certainty when setting up their blockchain technology company.
 08 Oct 2018 Antoine Saliba Haig
Maltese Citizenship in light of the Nottebohm case
 27 Sep 2018 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Smart Contracts, Blockchain, the future is here & now
 19 Sep 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
The Maltese Economy
 14 Sep 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Malta Visa-free Travel Destinations listed by Malta Immigration Law Firm providing residency, economic citizenship & Malta Visa-free Travel Destinations
 05 Sep 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Malta Credit Ratings
 16 Aug 2018 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Among the four pillars which the European Union (EU) is built upon are the principles of free movement of people and capital amongst the Member States. It is also generally accepted that countries are continuously seeking to attract foreign direct investment to boost economic growth and expand their wealth. Such cross-border investments are not only sourced from within the Member States but are in general also welcomed from third-country nationals, businesses and governments alike.
 18 Jul 2018 Silvana Zammit
Malta provides a series of schemes and fiscal incentives to investors setting up their Malta digital gaming operation for their international digital gaming projects


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