List Of Fintech Companies Incorporated In Island

July 28, 2018

Premier David Burt provided a list of all the names of Fintech companies which have been incorporated in Bermuda, with the list being provided in response to a Parliamentary Question in the House of Assembly.

The question, from Opposition Leader Jeanne Atherden said, “Would the Honourable Minister please provide this Honourable House with the names of all Fintech companies which have been incorporated in Bermuda, or have reserved their names to date?”

Premier David Burt said, “The names of all Fintech companies which have been incorporated in Bermuda are as follows:

  • Blockchain Capital Ltd.
  • Unikrn Bermuda Ltd
  • Crypto Markets International Ltd.
  • XBTO International Holding
  • iCash Ltd.
  • GeoCash [Bermuda]Limited
  • DES Digital Currency Exchange Ltd.
  • Ingot Ltd.
  • Atlantic Digital Ltd.
  • More Ventures Ltd.
  • Arbitrade Ltd.
  • Leila Holdings Limited
  • Binance [Bermuda] Ltd.
  • The Handshake [Bermuda] Ltd. LLC
  • Uulala, Ltd.
  • Omega One Bermuda Ltd.
  • Diamond Ltd.
  • Ledger Ventures Limited
  • Arbitrade Mining [Bermuda] Ltd.
  • Arbitrade Exchange Bermuda Ltd.
  • Hub Culture Ltd.
  • IMI Holdings Ltd.

“With regard to the names of all Fintech companies which have reserved their names to date to be incorporated in Bermuda please note that the Registrar of Companies do not allow public access to this information as there is no guarantee that the company will be incorporated and technically the company does not exist.

“Therefore it would be inappropriate to provide the names of the relevant companies. However I can confirm that currently there are 21 Fintech companies which have reserved their names to be incorporated in Bermuda.”

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  1. not sure says:

    Sooooo is this a good thing or a bad thing Inquiring minds want to know ?

    • Retro says:

      It’s a very vague thing and perhaps bit shady also. In my opinion there is plenty of room for growth in our other two industries ( IB and tourism) for the Government to work on rather than use energy and resources on a big gamble.

  2. What about the NATIONAL DEBT says:

    Mr Premier.

    This is great new which you are very vocal about but leadership gives guidance when the going is good and bad.

    I can’t help feel that you and your fellow MPs are brushing our country’s crippling national debt under the carpet.

    The interest rate environment seem poised to begin to rise which creates extra pressure on our debt levels.

    As leader and Minister of Finance. Please comment on you position and plans in respect of the national debt.

    Not talking about it doesn’t make it go away!!!

    • Wahoo says:

      They go very quiet when you bring up the debt same when we ask the BIU to supply financials

  3. Stormy daniels says:

    I’ve mentioned the national debt a few times, we hear NOTHING about it. Going to be one of those things that sneak up on us when it’s to late. Maybe the bitcoin is covering us:)
    Great all these companies incorporated, how many Bermudian employed??

  4. puzzled says:


    Wonder if he can supply a list of grocery stores.

  5. sandgrownan says:

    OK, internet sleuths, off to work. Let’s see what we can dig up on these companies. We already know is Arbitrade is seriously dodgy, let’s see how shady the rest are….

  6. jt says:

    “….technically they do not exist.”

    On another note. When will we see our balanced budget as promised?

  7. Joe Bloggs says:

    22 new companies, at least one of which will create 70 new jobs for Bermudians. Well done!

    • Double S says:

      70 jobs? Hahaha..

    • gotcha says:

      Not one single job yet. Just pie in the sky promises. Like the Platinum Period, and ‘we have 100 buyers lined up for Grand Atlantic’, and ‘ground will be broken on the Grand Hyatt in November 2011′.

  8. Cow Polly says:

    Isn’t it a little disconcerting that so many companies have incorporated in such a short time? Sort of a red flag I would think to our regulators that may be we are either giving something away or overlooking something that needs to be reviewed.