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12 April 2019
Željka Rostaš Blažeković Overview of acts and warnings regarding virtual currencies

Croatia - Porobija & Porobija

Virtual currencies and attempts to categorise them have attracted widespread attention. For virtual currencies to be considered electronic money under the Electronic Money Act, they must follow certain rules, including being stored electronically, representing a monetary value and being issued on receipt of funds. However, the Croatian National Bank has warned that trading and paying in virtual currencies cannot be considered payment services under the Payment System Act.

Author: Željka Rostaš Blažeković
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