Bahrain invites Indian fintech firms to set up base

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Bahrain Economic Development Board is inviting Indian firms . by providing "a plethora of opportunities to Indian fintech firms for open banking, blockchain, crypto assets, robo advisory and remittances," The Economic Times reported. Bahrain's Central Bank recently published regulations for digital assets, which made the country significantly crypto-friendlier than India, where the government is still mulling over cryptocurrency regulations. Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) senior manager Dalal Buhejji said: "Central Bank of Bahrain has put in the right ecosystem to suppor...

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