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Proof of Asset: Seven criteria for the asset-backed token due diligence

If a crypto coin is marketed to be backed by physical assets, this should be examined in a due diligence if the investment is too huge for a blind-eyes-approach. 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/seven-criteria-asset-backed-token-due-diligence-dr-ulrich-eder/

Seven questions: BitCoin Taxation in Thailand

Cryptocurrencies have gained pretty much in value, and it is no surprise that the tax authorities all over the world are greedy enough to take their share of profits easily earned. BitCoin millionaires should not expect concessions or a honeymoon period with the tax authorities.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/seven-questions-bitcoin-taxation-thailand-dr-ulrich-eder/

CryptoFinTech in Thailand: The Thai Initial Coin Offering (TICO)

CryptoFinTech is no longer a niche industry. Instead, it is the incubator for a vast scope of services and manufacturing processes. If a country successfully manages to attract and keep over the long term domestic blockchain technologies and cryptocurrency investments, it lays the sustainable foundation for its “real world” industry 5.0. 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cryptofintech-thailand-thai-initial-coin-offering-tico-eder/

Seven Questions: Thailand’s new solar rooftop legislation

Thailand’s markets and regulatory framework is under current laws already capable of investments in solar rooftop projects. Developers and investors can enter into an EPC-arrangement (engineering, procurement, construction) with private, commercial and industrial rooftop owners to utilize existing open spaces. The solar panels and other installments can be leased or sold, and a long-term service agreement assures maintenance and services.  

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/seven-questions-thailands-new-solar-rooftop-legislation-eder/

The transfer of Thai BOI companies

BOI companies are transferable, but this has to be done in full compliance with ongoing obligations and limitations. In the worst case, a change of ownership might result in a retroactive loss of all and any benefits granted. The general risk that a business transfer impacts the governmental benefits is pretty obvious. The following remarks focus on transfers of a Company Limited, the most common form of a foreign-owned Thai business. 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/transfer-thai-boi-companies-dr-ulrich-eder/

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Proof of Asset: Seven criteria for the asset-backed token due diligence

Seven questions: BitCoin Taxation in Thailand

CryptoFinTech in Thailand: The Thai Initial Coin Offering (TICO)

Seven Questions: Thailand”s new solar rooftop legislation

The transfer of Thai BOI companies

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