Two Bitcoin Exchanges shut down as Regulators tighten grip in Japan

A shakedown is happening in Japan as regulators tighten their grip on Cryptocurrency exchanges.     As per Japanese Law, all cryptocurrency exchange operators are required to register with the FSA – Financial Services Agency, and as reported by the Nikkei Asian Review, of the thirty-two exchanges in Japan, half have registered while the other sixteen continued to operate under review. Tokyo GateWay and Mr. Exchange are the two exchanges withdrawing their applications to register.   Just one year ago, on 1 April 2017, the Japanese government passed into law…

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Bitcoin Support in Japan Rapidly Escalating

Since the Japanese Government legalized Bitcoin as a payment system, the adoption of the cryptocurrency by the people, the value increase as well as the dominance of the Yen in the global traded volume has been rapidly escalating.       BTC Volume by Currency     Price Chart   Japan Driving Government Adoption   Collect your FREE PDF – The Bitcoin Believers Business Manifesto Please leave your questions and comments below: What is EOT?  Learn more by clicking on the image BELOW   Introducing the World’s First Blockchain phone,…

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Bitcoin Going Mainstream in Asia – Thanks to Mrs Watanabe!

Bitcoin is going mainstream in Asia according to a recent Reuters report.  Retail investors, known as Mrs Watanabe, are looking for better return on their money as banks in the region have been offering “near Zero” interest on personal saving accounts for years. Besides this, the Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) has been paying out to a growing retiree pool more than the funds it takes in – GPIF is the largest public pension fund in the world. Japanese citizens know they need to take control of their retirement themselves.    …

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