Intelliblock in the press

The İzmir-based Intexglobal company has an official office in Islamabad, Pakistan at the same time. Additionally, in the third quarter of 2018, the first official Intexglobal office in Europe will be established. We also use the blockchain technology, which has been the trademark of the last decade, in Intexglobal projects. First of all, we created a cryptocurrency called Intexcoin. And then we supported our coin with projects that include many areas this coin could be used in. Therefore we laid the foundation for a large ecosystem based on the power of community.

Intexplace, is the world’s first virtual marketplace platform that’s protected by the GET System. Intexpay is a payment instrument that you can make your payments with different types of crypto money and Intexcoin on vending machines and other payment points. Marketintex is a stock market where intexcoin and other types of crypto money can be bought and sold. Intexcharity is the first charity project in which donations reach the needers directly. The Intexcharity platform will be transparent and will track the sent and received donations.

Intelliblock is very pleased to provide the Advisory, Legal and Financial services including the TEROS2.0 platform for IntexGlobal.

Today Intelliblock is proud to launch the TEROS Website on

The website is being launched two days prior to the official product launch on the 28th of March at the Hilton Malta.

TEROS ICO Platform

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Today Intelliblock just released the TEROS smart contract code online on GitHub for the first day of Public Scrutiny. Intelliblock is also offering €200 as Bug Bounty.

Teros Smart Contracts


Teros is a turnkey ICO platform which allows the quick set up and management of ICOs that run on the Ethereum blockchain. ICOs created using Teros will issue ERC20-compliant tokens to investors and the issuing process is controlled using a set Ethereum smart contracts.


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Sunday, February 25, 2018, 00:01

Many have already heard of Bitcoin, and maybe even Ethereum, on a surging wave of mainstream media coverage. Not everyone fully understands what they are, and what it is that they exactly do, but they’re arguably doing a disservice to the technology they run on – the blockchain.

One could say it’s a double-edged sword. Blockchain wouldn’t have broken into public and popular consciousness and captured the imagination of tech mavens worldwide if it wasn’t for the Bitcoin project.

In the same breath, one can say that Bitcoin has completely stolen the limelight from what is really important – the technology it actually works on, the blockchain. If you’ve read some of the articles out there, you might have even heard about blockchain, but you were probably wowed with the supposed millions being made in a few months investing in Bitcoin. Make no mistake: the most important development is the underlying technology.

Intelliblock is proud to announce a new partnership with a leader in the cryptocurrency world, Blockahin Global.

BLOCKCHAIN GLOBAL is a decentralised on-demand media hub that serves up highly produced content spanning: News Shows, Interviews, ICO reviews, Podcasts, Event Coverage, Analyst Incite, Market Trends and Editorial Content showcasing the best in the industry, and how business can take advantage of this new technology.

BLOCKCHAIN GLOBAL will run on the TEROS platform. Intelliblock’s ICO Platform.


Read the Full Document

Click on the button to open the full document and read through the proposed legislative framework.


The Maltese Government has over the past months been actively working on the development of a framework to oversee the uses of DLT and related service providers. A National Blockchain Strategy Taskforce was set up to advise government in this regard. Concurrently, on the 23rd October 2017, the MFSA issued its first consultation document on a Proposed Regulatory Framework for Collective Investment Schemes investing in VCs. This consultation was concluded and the MFSA proceeded with the issue of a Feedback Statement on the 22nd January 2018 summarising the response received from stakeholders and setting out MFSA’s position. MFSA published the supplementary conditions applicable to Professional Investor Funds investing in VCs on the 29th January 2018. The Authority is now
considering whether the published supplementary conditions should also be implemented within the context of regulated alternative investment funds and notified alternative investment funds. On the 30th November 2017, MFSA published a Discussion Paper on Initial Coin Offerings, Virtual Currencies and related Service Providers.

This document followed the general principles set out in a statement issued by ESMA on the 13th November 2017. As explained in the Discussion Paper, whilst certain ICOs, VCs and related activities could fall within the scope of existing financial services legislation, others are likely to fall outside scope and would hence be unregulated. The purpose of the Discussion Paper was to present to stakeholders a proposed policy which will be adopted by the MFSA for the creation of a framework relating to ICOs and the provision of certain services (namely intermediaries that act as brokers, exchanges, wallet providers, asset managers, investment advisors and market makers) in relation to VCs that currently fall outside of existing financial regulation. The consultation period for the Discussion Paper closed on the 18th January 2018 and the Government is pleased to be informed that the Authority is currently assessing the feedback received from over 40
industry participants and interested parties. The discussions between the Government and the MFSA on the proposed regulatory framework relating to the provision of certain services in relation to VCs, including ICOs, is on-going. This consultation document provides a high-level indication on the way forward determined by the MFSA and agreed with the Government, after taking into account the feedback received by the MFSA on the Discussion Paper.

This document presents a conceptual framework through which DLT Platforms can be subject to certification in Malta. This framework also takes into account the need to oversee the principal service providers to DLT Platforms. Separately through the MFSA, the framework extends to issuers of ICOs and certain service provides dealing in virtual currencies.

FSDEI – DLT Regulation Document

Intelliblock will be launching TEROS, the ultimate TGE/ICO portal. TEROS is fully regulation-ready, independently verified. Watch this space.

An article written by Managing Partner, Jonathan Galea, “Sidestepping the Chinese firewall” featured on the Times of Malta – Sunday Times 24/09/2017