Applicature’s new partnership provides legal support to blockchain projects

With guidance from Applicature, blockchain-based projects can effectively incorporate and manage businesses by professional consultants and corporate lawyers at GATE TO BALTICS.

Blockchain development agency Applicature, today announced a new partnership with GATE TO BALTICS, an international law firm based in Estonia. The aim is to ensure legal support and licensing process guidance for blockchain projects.

The parties will collaborate on blockchain solutions, combining the expertise of the Applicature team with the legal protection provided by GATE TO BALTICS.

In particular, the strategic partnership between Applicature and GATE TO BALTICS can help accelerate companies on their ICO/STO path with streamlined solutions from an EU legal perspective.

“Governments, large institutions, and transnational corporations are recognizing the power of blockchain. Simple and inexpensive compliance worldwide is only a matter of time! Estonia is becoming a leader in blockchain adoption and regulation, and we are committed to cooperating with GATE TO BALTICS to offer our clients a crypto-friendly domicile and legal support.”
– Ian Arden, CEO of Applicature

Applicature and GATE TO BALTICS will help blockchain startups properly analyze the legal requirements of their token offerings. Teams will work on establishing the proper legal strategy with regards to ICO or STO launches in the European Union.

“We are happy to start our partnership with Applicature because from day one they seemed like professionals in blockchain area. Before every partnership we evaluate the following aspects: honesty, attention to details, and potential to reach new markets. Applicature has all the above mentioned characteristics, and I believe that our partnership will bring mutual success and provide global reach to our services.”
– Reinis Sietins, CEO of GATE TO BALTICS

GATE TO BALTICS is a licensed corporate service provider in Estonia with license Nr. FIU000191.

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