Euro Goes Crypto
on June 27, Malta
Join us at the official launch of STASIS and its stable coin called EURS, which will outline our aim of bridging the gap between decentralized finance and off chain market.

June 27, Malta Chamber of Commerce.
9 am: Press conference
6 pm: Launch party

To mark this important event H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta, will be joining us at a press briefing to participate in the first official crypto Euro transaction.
Visit the press conference to get more details, and come to STASIS yacht to see how EURS works.

Please RSVP to let us know you are going, so that we can keep a place for you. If for some reason you cannot make it to STASIS Off chain party and press conference, be sure to watch a live translation of the press conference and launching party.
Speakers
Gregory Klumov
Gregory started his career at the age of 15 as an entrepreneur when he founded a high-speed Internet Service Provider, subsequently moving from IT into finance. He brings more than 15 years of experience in alternatives investment management, that helped him to recognize investment potential of digital assets in the early stages of Blockchain revolution.
Alexey Kirienko
Alexey is a recognized expert in hedge funds and portfolio investing with a vast background in trading derivatives. A venture investor and cryptocurrency visionary, he co-founded the world's first Bitcoin Fund and Exantech venture fund, which allocated capital for STASIS.
Dr. Max Ganado
Senior partner of GANADO Advocates, one of the oldest and reputable law firms in Malta. He took part in the drafting of new legislation required for the development of Malta as a financial centre, including the revision of the law relating to trusts, legal persons and foundations, netting, securitisation and aviation.
Guest of honour
H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca
The President of the Republic of Malta

Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca is the ninth President of Malta. Her nomination as President was, for the first time in the history of the Maltese National Parliament, approved unanimously by a parliamentary resolution of the House of Representatives taken on 1st April 2014, marking a development in the constitutional history of Malta.
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