The Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) has announced that it has received applications for registration from around 50 Bitcoin exchanges as of late-August 2017. …
Japan is an interesting country when it comes to cryptocurrencies. Not too long ago, new regulation in the country legalized Bitcoin as a payment method. It now appears the number of merchants accepting BTC payments continues to increase. Ticket camp is a very popular ticket exchange marketplace in Japan. With around 5 million active users, […]
BitFlyer, the Japanese Bitcoin exchange, has already secured regulatory clearance in 34 states for customers to buy and sell Bitcoin through its US entity, bitFlyer USA. …
Bitflyer, Japan’s and the world’s largest bitcoin exchange by volume, has announced its expansion into the US market this fall. It is launching a US-based bitcoin exchange, allowing customers to trade between bitcoins and dollars. The company says it has already obtained regulatory approval to operate in 34 states. Also read: Bitcoin Could Tap into […]
A financial data provider and bitcoin exchange operator in Japan is testing a digital bond denominated in the cryptocurrency.
Financial institutions aren’t shy of experimenting and structuring new products. Fisco, a Japanese-based financial information provider, has issued debt denominated in Bitc…
Japanese bitcoin exchange bitFlyer is heading to the U.S., and already has approval to operate in 34 countries.
Japan’s largest IT services firm, NTT Data, has announced a new consortium aimed to investigate use cases for blockchain technology.
The price of the digital currency Bitcoin has passed the $4,000 mark on Aug. 12, 2017, driven by strong Japanese demand.
Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck is launching a new investment fund.
Earlier this week, Cointelegraph reported that the Japanese Bitcoin exchange market surpassed the US to become the world’s largest exchange market by daily trading volume.
Department store chain Marui has become the latest mainstream retailer in Japan to accept bitcoin payments, starting with a trial in a Tokyo store.
Major Japanese retail chain Marui has signed a partnership agreement with Bitcoin exchange Bitflyer to accept Bitcoin payments in its stores starting August 7.
Japan is once again the biggest player in Bitcoin trading as the US and China both bow to the country’s 43% market share.
A large Japanese department store chain, Marui, has partnered with bitcoin exchange Bitflyer to accept bitcoin payments starting on August 7. Marui has become the first major department store chain in Japan to accept bitcoin. Also read: Rollout of 260,000+ Bitcoin-Accepting Stores in Japan Begins Marui for ‘Young, Stylish Audience’ Marui is a popular chain of […]