Les entreprises de crypto et de blockchain constituent 16% des enregistrements d'entreprises record de la zone franche des Émirats arabes unis au premier trimestre

Entreprises de crypto et de blockchain constituées 16% Suggestions de sondages récents 655 nouvelles immatriculations d'entreprises qui ont été enregistrées au premier trimestre de 2022, le Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) a dit. The surge in crypto-related registrations also coincided with a quarterly period in which the DMCC is reported to have recorded itshighest Q1 performancesince inception.

Rise in Registrations Attributed to the Launch of DMCC Crypto Centre

One of the UAEs largest free zones, le Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), a dit 16% Suggestions de sondages récents 655 new company registrations recorded in Q1 of 2022 were crypto and blockchain firms. The DMCC has attributed this surge in crypto and blockchain companies joining the free zone to the presence of the DMCC Crypto Centre, which was launched in May 2021.

According to a déclaration released by DMCC, the rise in the number of new registrations by crypto firms came during a quarter that has been namedthe highest Q1 performance since 2002 inception.In the statement, Ahmed Ben Sulayem, Executive Chairman and CEO at DMCC, touts the new milestone which is said to have cemented the free zones status as aworld-leading business destination.The CEO explained:

The global economic climate remains challenging, however, Dubais reputation as a world-leading business destination is stronger than ever, and DMCC sits at the very heart of this international appeal. Registering 665 new companies in the first three months of 2022 is another record broken for DMCC, and serves to show the huge potential on offer when joining our Free Zone in Dubai.

DMCC will continue with its efforts to attract ambitious firms that may be looking to set up in Dubai, Sulayem added.

Performance Better Than in Previous Quarters

Entre-temps, in the statement, DMCC revealed its key marketsnamely India, U.K., Germany, and Francehad performed better than in previous, similar quarters. According to the statement, Dubai company formations from China grew by 34%. The DMCC has attributed this growth to itssignificant Mandarin engagement programmes that run country-wide throughout the year, and its representative office in Shenzhen.

DMCC’s specific outreach programs to markets like Israel and Turkey resulted in quarterly company registrations originating from these jurisdictions rising by 350% et 100% respectively. According to the statement, DMCC has seen increased interest from trading hubs such as Indonesia and Vietnam.

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