Legal Services for FinTech Companies

AlphaLAW Estonia provides a full suite of commercial, regulatory, legal services to individuals & businesses with an interest in EU crypto market.
Legal Services for FinTech Companies

Our crypto asset team provides a full suite of commercial, regulatory and criminal legal services to individuals and businesses with an interest in the EU crypto market.

The increasing use of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets has led to complex legal issues relating to regulatory status (including requirements to register as broker-dealers, commodity pool operators, commodity trading advisers, investment advisers, investment companies, securities exchanges, and money services businesses), compliance (including valuation, custody, and reporting), corporate law (such as. such as the maintenance of shareholder records), securities transactions (including initial coin offerings and M&A transactions), fund formation, the launch of ETFs and derivatives, venture capital, taxation, anti-money laundering, litigation and enforcement.

We provide sophisticated and knowledgeable legal advice and solutions to clients navigating this rapidly evolving space. At the heart of our cryptocurrency and blockchain practice is a deep understanding of the technologies driving blockchain and related developments in distribution computer networks. We also bridge financial services regulation and new financial technology to find solutions for our clients.

Regulation and licensing of FinTech projects, including cryptocurrencies

Our specialized team of professionals assists with the end-to-end setup of blockchain and crypto company structures. We have obtained many of Estonia's crypto exchange and wallet licenses for our clients and provide a full range of corporate services (e.g., company setup, financial reporting, etc.) and compliance support services (e.g., locally based AML officer support, substance, and more). Our experience working with a variety of licensing projects since the birth of crypto-focused legislation can be at your disposal if you want to work with professionals.

Description Fee from
Extending the terms of hybernation (freezing) of a crypto license €620
Appealing a revoked cryptocurrency license in FIU €1300
Appealing revoked cryptocurrency licenses in court €2000
Re-issuance of existing licenses into a single one (in accordance with the requirements of 2020) €2000
Registration of residence on the territory of Estonia, for non-resident board members €1200
AML/KYC officer, responsible person under cryptocurrency licenses (for 1 month) €1500
AML/KYC officer, board member (resident of Estonia), real office for cryptocurrency licenses (for 1 month) €2500

Corporate Services in Estonia

Description Fee From
Estonian Company Registration €600
Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) obtaining €200
EORI number obtaining €200
VAT number obtaining €300
Real legal address in Estonia (for 1 year) €250
Contact person for Estonian company (for 1 year) €250
Virtual office address in Estonia (mail forwarding and delivering) €250
Common Reported Standard (CRS) | AlphaUMi
The Common Reporting Standard (CRS), developed in response to the G20 request and approved by the OECD Council on 15 July 2014, calls on jurisdictions to obtain information from their financial institutions and automatically exchange that information with other jurisdictions on an annual basis.
Common Reported Standard (CRS)

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