Gibraltar has an amazing history of nurturing and developing technological business concept and it continues to innovate and incubate, turning ideas into action.
The rise of the internet in the 1990’s transformed the gaming industry. Gibraltar moved first by creating an eGaming licence and now 60% of all eGaming transactions globally emanate from Gibraltar and 3,500 people are employed by Gibraltar’s eGaming industry.
As alternative payment methods developed outside of the traditional banking world but with the continued need for customer protection, Gibraltar created its own eMoney licence which is now relied upon by many of the global leaders in the payments sector.
In the insurance market, Gibraltar’s insurers reported £5.3bn in gross written premiums in 2020/21 including 64% of the total UK motor market.
Now, Gibraltar is firmly established as one of leading crypto centres in the world with the Crypto Gibraltar conference as its’ annual showcase.
From establishing the world’s first DLT regulatory framework in 2017 to issuing the first full crypto banking license, Gibraltar has consistently been at the vanguard of the crypto movement, constantly promoting the requirement for robust regulation and consumer protection.
The first Gibraltar Fintech Week - incorporating Crypto Gibraltar – will take place from 18th to 20th October 2023. It will bring together all the elements of Gibraltar’s regulated community to discuss the most important trends and developments in each market