The DLT Pilot Regime is an EU-wide regulatory sandbox for market infrastructures based on Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). It aims to further support and promote the potential of digital finance in terms of innovation and competition while reducing potential risks. The DLT pilot regime’s testing environment is planned for six years, starting on 23 March 2023, enabling permissioned firms to provide services across the EU.
DLT Pilot Regime scope to operate the following DLT-based market infrastructures:
DLT Pilot Regime scope regarding crypto-assets that qualify as financial instruments within the meaning of MiFID II:
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Annerton and INTAS.tech can help you navigate this new environment. Develop your digital asset strategy in consideration of the upcoming DLT Pilot Regime in March 2023. We help you identify opportunities
as well as resulting consequences for your organization.
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