PETALING JAYA: University of Malaya’s Faculty of Law and Quanta RegTech Capital Plc (QRC Plc) have collaborated to produce the Blockchain Regulatory Research Report, the first of its kind in the region, in a bid to delve deep into the legal issues surrounding the proliferation of the technology.
The QRC Group founded QRC Ventures in 2017which focuses investments on two key types of projects: RegTech products that have potential blockchain use cases, and blockchain projects that have potential RegTech use cases.
The aim of the 242-page report is to build the foundation for a compliant blockchain ecosystem in Malaysia and provide an unprecedented analysis on the legal issues arising from this transformative technology and key recommendations for public and private blockchain stakeholders.
The research team is comprised of project leader Nur Husna Zakaria, Dr Sherin Kunhibava, Dr Ershadul Karim, Raphael Kok, Prof Abu Bakar Munir, assisted by Thong Ming Sen and Ridoan Karim.
The event will be officiated by Department of Standards Malaysia, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation director-general Datuk Fadilah Baharin, while University of Malaya vice-chancellor Datuk Abdul Rahim Hashim and the Dean of the Faculty of Law Associate Professor Dr Johan Shamsuddin Sabaruddin, are to give keynote speeches.
Source: The Sun Daily