December 13, 2018

Tag Archives: Japan

New ICO Guidelines To Be Introduced By Japan’s Financial Regulator

JIJI Press, one of the most reliable Japanese press outlets has made a big announcement. It has reported that the Japanese Financial Services Agency is soon beginning to regulate the ICOs. The proposed Initial Coin Offering regulations are meant for better protection. It will include investments limits. How It Will Work This new guideline will just work […]

Coinbase Positive On Obtaining Japan License In 2019

A senior executive at Coinbase has stated that he has confidence the firm will be receiving an operating license from Japan in 2019. This statement comes at a time when the regulating bodies in Japan are boosting up scrutiny and oversight of Crypto exchanges in the country. Coinbase Expectant Of A License In 2019 Mike Lempres […]

A Japanese City Tests A Blockchain-Based Voting System

The City of Tsukuba in Japan has completed a trial for a blockchain technology-based system of democratic voting In the mock electoral process, 119 residents in the local jurisdiction participated in the exercise. The City Was Developed As A Science Park Tsukuba is a model city like Brasilia, Canberra, and Silicon Valley. The whole idea […]

Yahoo! Japan Embraces Crypto

Finally! Some good news for the crypto industry. And this really is good news if we consider that all things Cryptocurrency have recently been shunned by some pretty big names, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To have Yahoo on board with Cryptocurrency is a major win. So, just how is Yahoo planning to get involved? […]

Crypto Trading Soars in Japan

Japan is fairly secretive about their financial data and this is the first time we are hearing about how their crypto trading sector: and the results are positive! Japan’s Financial Services Agency (known as Japan’s financial watchdog) recently released a report, in Japanese, which was then translated to English by the ever-helpful CoinDesk. The data […]

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