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TiedCo has announced the release of a new stablecoin, fully collateralized by euro (EUR) and yen (JPY,) and capable of being traded on the fully-featured cryptocurrency trading platform beaXchange.com. Its release marks the entry of Japan to the stablecoin market with the worlds first Yen denominated cryptocurrency. TiedCo has partnered with beaXchange.com to allow trading […]
Wall Street has taken hit after hit in the recent months. Some good news come a a sigh of relief after the President hinted about an upcoming trade deal
Japan, one of the most open countries in the world for virtual currencies, has decided to impose stricter regulations to Cryptocurrency Exchanges. The financial regulator of the country created new rules that will be applied to old exchanges and new entities that want to start operating in Japan.
Japan is known as one of the most cryptocurrency-friendly countries on earth. Its community is very active in the crypto market, and several enterprises operate from there. But nine Japanese exchanges have already suspended their operations. Why? Because they do not comply with the local regulations.
It is clear that Japan is one of the most active cryptocurrency countries on earth. With the United States and South Korea, Japan integrates the top three podium of countries with the most activity in the crypto market. Now, local legislators have unveiled some guidelines that Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) should follow.
Interesting news from Japan teach the cryptocurrency market. Some weeks ago, Reuters reported that sixteen Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges were going to create a self-regulatory body. The main intention behind this idea was to better safeguard investors from the lack of a regulatory framework.
As science moves forward, exponentially picking up speed, and the world is starting to reveal at the advances in technology that radically change the way we live and think, even the most traditional countries start to awaken to the concept of technological innovations. Some countries implement blockchain to try to create a real democracy, not […]
Asia provides the cryptocurrency world, important daily news. If South Korea it is not in the centre of the attention, it is China, Japan or Singapore. The Japanese messaging app, LINE, has released a statement in which they announce the creation of a cryptocurrency exchange.
The leading messaging app in Japan Line has announced plans to start their own cryptocurrency exchange service and an in-app trading space. The Japanese messaging giant has over 600 million registered users and 200 million active monthly users worldwide. The messaging app is popular in other nations like Indonesia…
It seems that the advice to store cryptocurrencies in cold storage wallets was not enough. Coincheck, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the country got hacked. The massive hack resulted in a loss of 523 million NEM coins something around $500 million dollars. In order to explain the situation, Coincheck gave a press conference where more information was given.