Bitflyer Launches in Europe – Now Licensed on Three Continents

News Japan’s leading cryptocurrency exchange Bitflyer has launched in Europe after obtaining a license to operate in the European Union.[…]

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Japan’s ‘Virtual Currency Girls’ Idol Group Performs First Crypto Educational Concert

Featured Japan’s new female idol group “Virtual Currency Girls” performed their first live concert on Friday in Tokyo. Their songs[…]

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Japanese ‘Virtual Currency Girls’ Spreading Cryptocurrency Knowledge

Featured Japanese female idols have teamed up to form the ‘Virtual Currency Girls’ group to promote the knowledge of cryptocurrencies[…]

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Japanese Entertainment Giant DMM Launches Specialty Crypto Mining Lab

Mining Japanese e-commerce and internet conglomerate DMM Group is creating a specialty lab for cryptocurrency mining. The company has also[…]

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Japan Approves New Bitcoin Exchange as Adoption Grows and Peers Expand Overseas

News The Japanese financial regulator has approved one more cryptocurrency exchange, making it the 16th exchange to be licensed. As[…]

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Major Japanese Automotive Group and Dealerships Embracing Bitcoin

News One of Japan’s largest used car automotive groups has partnered with the country’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Bitflyer to enable[…]

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10 Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Tokyo Police Unite to Fight Cyber Crime

News Ten Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges have signed an agreement with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department to collaborate to prevent cyber[…]

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Japan Increases Lead – Approves Another Four New Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Regulation The Japanese Financial Services Agency has approved four more cryptocurrency exchanges to legally operate in Japan. This is the[…]

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Japanese Publicly Listed Companies Launch Cryptocurrency Exchanges in South Korea

News Two Japanese companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange have recently expanded their cryptocurrency operations into South Korea. One[…]

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