Over the past month, following The PBOC’s crackdown on Chinese Bitcoin exchanges, Japan has successfully evolved into the largest Bitcoin exchange market by trading volume, overtaking the US by a significant margin. According to various market da…
Eleven digital currency companies in Japan have been granted a Virtual Currency Exchange license by the Financial Services Agency (FSA), the country’s financial watchdog. These include bitFlyer, Quoine, Tech Bureau, Bit Bank, SBI Virtual Currencies and GMO Coin. The FSA is currently reviewing 17 other applicants, according to an announcement released today. Since April 01, […]
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Japan’s financial regulator the Financial Services Agency (FSA) and various financial institutions are developing a common identification system leveraging blockchain technology to facilitate customer onboarding. The system will first be rolled out at the country’s three largest banks first, namely the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp., and Mizuho Bank. An administrative body […]
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Blockchain technology has taken off in Japan’s finance, business and governmental sectors.
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Most crypto-fans never thought they’d live to see a day when bitcoin reached its true pinnacle of financial stability, but it appears that moment has come, as the digital currency now sits proudly beyond the $4,000 mark. It’s good news for those who never lost hope. It’s also a sign that anyone who doubted the […]
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Three Japanese venture capital firms have pledged US$9 million in investment in COMSA, an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) fundraising and cross-chaining platform built on the NEM blockchain protocol. Nippon Technology Venture Partners, FISCO Capitals, and ABBALab are to make the investment through the COMSA ICO. Developed by Japanese startup Tech Bureau, COMSA aims to address current […]
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