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Startups and other businesses developing financial technologies (FinTech) will soon be able to test their innovative products in a live environment under the guidance and supervision of the central bank of Lithuania. Submission of applications to enter the Bank of Lithuania regulatory sandbox opens on 15 October 2018, a press release from the institution states.
Lithuania’s financial regulator launches its regulatory sandbox
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