Germany remains the European pioneer in crypto-assets. On 17 June, the Federal Government passed the Ordinance on Crypto Fund Shares (KryptoFAV) was passed. This means that fund managers in Germany can now issue fund units on an electronic instead of physical basis. With the Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MiCAR) the European Union is also creating a legal framework for crypto-assets. In combination with the Fund Location Act, which allows institutional investors to invest in crypto crypto assets, and the Electronic Securities Act (eWpG), this offers an enormous potential for the enormous potential for the financial in Germany. Real Estate Industry and Private Investment Funds partners Dr. Joachim Kayser and Dr. Sebastian Seeger explain more in Börsen-Zeitung.