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CEZA and its first principal licensee of ones and zeroes - By: ATTY. MIKE GERALD C. DAVID, CPA – The Manila Times | July 15, 2018 Fintech and Cryptocurrency Exchanges have started to establish in the Cagayan Economic Zone and Freeport (CEZFP). On 10 July 2018, Golden Millennial Quickpay (GMQ) held an event celebrating its grant of the First Fintech Services and Offshore Virtual Currency Exchange... Continue reading →
Officials of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority, led by its Senior Deputy Administrator Raymundo T. Roquero (5th from left), and Ricky Law (6th from right) of Golden Millennial Quickpay (GMQ) Inc. Limited, Virtual Asset Exchange Legal Representative, clinch their fists after GMQ became the first recipient of a license to operate in the Philippines as one of the locators of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority in Sta. Ana, Cagayan. Ceza issues first fintech license - Manila Standard | July 11, 2018   Sta. Ana, Cagayan—Golden Millennial Quickpay Inc. Limited on Wednesday became the first recipient of a license to operate in the Philippines as one of the locators of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority here. In just over nine weeks after its announcement of becoming a “fintech” (financial technology) haven,... Continue reading →
CEZA-GMQ-offshore-cryptocurrency-exchange-license Philippines CEZA Grants Offshore Cryptocurrency Exchange License to GMQ - By: Mike Mislos – BitPinas | July 10, 2018 During the event, the BItpinas team asked CEZA on the difference between its “offshore crypto license” and the BSP’s virtual currency exchange license. Global Millennial Quickpay (GMQ) has secured its offshore cryptocurrency exchange license from the Philippines’ Cagayan Economic Zone Authority. During the GMQ Global Blockchain Summit,... Continue reading →
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CEZA awards first cryptocurrency exchange license to HK firm - By: Kris Crismundo – Philippine News Agency |  July 10, 2018 MANILA – Hong Kong-based Golden Millennial Quickpay Inc. Ltd. (GMQ) has launched its cryptocurrency exchange and financial technology solutions business in the Philippines after securing its license from Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA). On the sidelines of the 2018 GMQ Global Blockchain Summit Philippines in Pasay... Continue reading →
Ceza eyes P3.6 billion in investments from fintech firms - By: Elijah Felice Rosales – Business Mirror | July 10, 2018 The Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (Ceza) is targeting to bring in P3.6 billion of investments from financial technology (fintech) firms after the first blockchain operator in the region was granted on Tuesday a license to operate. Ceza Senior Deputy Administrator Raymundo T. Roquero said the agency... Continue reading →
Philippines-1140x641 Philippines Revealed Its Plans Over Economic Zone – Sets to Issue 25 Licenses to Crypto Exchanges - By: Steven Anderson – The Currency Analytics | July 9, 2018 The Philippine authority of the government-owned economic zone is setting new regulations for the cryptocurrency exchange. The rules also include the prerequisite for every crypto exchange to at least invest US$1 within the 2-year period. It was the reported that 60 applications so far... Continue reading →
CEZA-PAF_8pg CEZA-Air Force pact - By: Manila Standard | July 05, 2018 Secretary Raul L. Lambino (center), Administrator and CEO of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority, and Lt. Gen. Galileo Gerard K. Kintanar (left), Commanding General of the Philippine Air Force, seal a Memorandum of Agreement allowing the PAF to establish a 10-hectare military base inside Ceza that would beef... Continue reading →