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#1 Brazilian Cryptocompanies Ecosystem
GEMMA is the first Brazilian Business Consortium alliance emerging in the early cryptoassets market.
It´s members strongly believe that cryptoassets and blockchain technology, as part of a major financial revolution, represent the future of money, markets and a fair monetary system as a basic and high degree protected human right.
GEMMA Ecosystem Companies
Governance & Business Purpose
GEMMA companies follows the same code of rules and develop activities under a common Governance System inspired in the one-person, one-vote rule.
Governance encompasses the system by which our companies are controlled and operates, and the mechanisms by which it, and its people, are held to account.
Ethics, risk management, compliance, legal counsel and administration are all elements of governance in order to maintain a coherent business purpose.
The operating sector is responsible for the consortium's hard core operations, management of activities and employees, allocation of resources and definition of common portfolios and strategies for alliance members
Legal & Compliance
Performs corporate tax planning
Determines the payment of taxes and compliance with tax obligations
Defines fiscal standards and reviews accounting work
Performs interactions with the tax authorities and the Internal Revenue Service (Foreign and local IRS)
Defines and applies Know-Your Costumer (KYC), Anti Money Laundering (AML) & Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) policies
Ensures compliance with the legislation and regulation applicable to business activities in the crypto sector
It is the gateway to the GEMMA companies alliance for the social relationship with the public in general and with other players in the market, as well as one of the main centers for the definition and effective fulfillment of the business purpose.
"Social" is also responsible for defining the visual identity, the marketing policy and the operation of media and social networks, as well as educational and research processes about the crypto universe, carrying out courses, lectures or events on the group's theme
The architecture of the Web has already shown the world what’s possible in terms of upgrading our democratic operating system (DOS). This is true both in the sense that our new social technologies are like our online technologies, and in the sense that our online technologies enable new social technologies to emerge. Little platoons are already emerging on the spine of the blockchain, for example. And just as Lyft and Uber are showing taxi cartels how it’s done, or as Kickstarter is showing the NEA how it’s done, or as Bitcoin is showing the Federal Reserve how it’s done, new parallel governance structures will soon show State hierarchies around the world how it’s done. What might the world look like when this process is further along? It’s hard to predict. But the network architectures show the way.