Do Crypto VCs Have Responsibilities When Investing?

MK Crypto Diaries: Crypto Venture Capital firms (VCs)

In today’s episode, Dr Justine Scerri Herrera is joined by Michael Wood to discuss Crypto Venture Capital firms (VCs).

Mr Wood is Chief FinTech Officer at Sonar Analytics. He has spent the past 15+ years educating, training, and developing global supply chains with and for the most disadvantaged communities in the Global South. This drive and passion carries over into his role as CFO at Sonar Analytics. It is basically a platform developed to empower even the most novice of blockchain users with the ability to take advantage of the dawning of a new blockchain-driven digital economy.

Throughout this episode, Dr Scerri Herrera and Mr Wood discuss Crypto Venture Capital firms (VCs). What are their roles when investing in cryptocurrency start-ups? And what are the ethical responsibilities and transparency issues carried by VCs?

More about MK Fintech Partners Ltd.

Michael Kyprianou Fintech Partners Ltd is a Maltese licensed VFA Agent (virtual financial assets agent). It comprises a team of dedicated experts who provide services such as advisory, licensing and registrations of activities related to Fintech, Crypto, Blockchain, Investment, company incorporations and banking. and other ancillary services. MK Fintech Partners forms part of the Michael Kyprianou Group, a top tier international legal and advisory firm. It has established an enviable reputation as a broad-based legal practice over the years. Mainly by keeping at heart its principle to always exceed its clients’ expectations. MK has grown to become one of the largest law firms in Cyprus with offices in Nicosia, Limassol and Paphos. The MK Group’s international presence also includes fully-fledged offices in Greece (Athens and Thessaloniki), Malta (Birkirkara), Ukraine (Kiev), the United Arab Emirates (Dubai), United Kingdom (London), Israel (Tel Aviv), and Germany (Frankfurt).

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