Sometimes it is difficult to remember which regulations have been established in each country regarding cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. But the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum was able to build an interactive map that allows individuals to save time searching specific regulations about the crypto-ecosystem and related start-ups and events.
With this tool it is possible to have quick information about the situation in each country. Every time you click on a specific nation, it is possible to have further information about a specific company, event or more. This helps companies and interested parties to have handful information at any moment without losing amounts of time searching for such specific data.
The map has been built with a focus in Europe, but users are able to add companies from other countries to the map. But there are still no companies added outside the European Continent.
Moreover, all the information that is displayed on the map is crowdsourced, and the Observatory notes that it is important to make a research on our own to be sure that the information is correct. But the Observatory reviews every application before posting it, so it has some veracity.
The project about this interactive map was announced in march and launched some days ago, but there are not so many entries on the map so far. As soon as it gets attention from companies and other enterprises, more and more data will be added, becoming more useful as time passes.
The Blockchain Observatory will be also hosting an AMA session about the future of he technology and more.