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JPY, USD, and KRW Accounts for Over 90% of Bitcoin Traded on Exchanges

Markets and Prices CNY to bitcoin trading now accounts for approximately only 1% of all bitcoin trade occurring on exchanges, according to cryptocompare data. The Chinese cryptocurrency crackdown has drastically altered the global composition of bitcoin markets. 60% of bitcoin trading currently occurs through Japanese markets, with the U.S. and South

Japan’s Largest Bitcoin Exchange Bitflyer Launches Bitcoin Visa Prepaid Card

Services Japan’s largest bitcoin exchange by volume, Bitflyer, has launched its own reloadable Visa prepaid card. Customers can fund them using bitcoin through Bitflyer or other bitcoin wallets. The exchange is also giving away gifts to 1,000 customers during the launch period.Also read:Bitcoin Debit Cards Halt Service to Non-European Residents Due

GMO Enables Bitcoin Cash and Ether Trading With Promotional Discounts

News GMO Coin, a subsidiary of the Japanese Internet services giant GMO, has enabled bitcoin cash and ether trading, alongside bitcoin. To commemorate the event, the exchange has launched a promotional campaign for each coin.Also read: Russian Regulators Disagree on Crypto Regulation, Postpone to Next YearBCH and ETH Trading Now LiveGMO Internet

Regulations Push Chinese Bitcoin Volumes to OTC and Neighboring Countries

Markets and Prices Following the regulatory crackdown in China, bitcoin’s price has climbed back up 30 percent over the $4K zone since the market’s nosedive last Friday. Now China’s bitcoin trade volume has dropped to the fourth position globally as Japan has taken the reigns over the past two days. Chinese traders have once again tak

September’s Bitcoin Market Madness: When Panic Selling and FOMO Ensues

Markets and Prices On September 15, after a couple of Chinese cryptocurrency exchanges announced they were closing, bitcoin’s price dropped to a low of $2,970. Following this dip, BTC trade volumes began to surge as the price per bitcoin rose over $600 in less than an hour and during the course of the afternoon bounced back to a high of

Coincheck Becomes the First Licensed Japanese Bitcoin Exchange

Emerging Markets Just recently the Japanese exchange Coincheck announced they have become the first licensed exchange in Japan after being approved by the country’s Finance Bureau Director.Also read: After the Boss Calls Bitcoin a ‘Fraud’ — JP Morgan Buys the DipJapan’s Financial Services Agency Approves Coincheck as the Country

Japan’s Entertainment Giant DMM Launching Bitcoin Mining Farm and Pool

Mining Japanese entertainment giant DMM Group, the operator of e-commerce site DMM.com with 27 million members, has announced that it will operate a large-scale cryptocurrency mining farm. The company plans to become one of the top three mining farm companies in the world.Also read: Japan’s Internet Giant GMO Launching Bitcoin Mining wi

50 Bitcoin Exchanges Have Filed with the Japanese Financial Authority

Regulation The Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) has revealed that about 50 bitcoin exchanges have filed registration documents with the agency, according to a local publication. They are now being reviewed for compliance.Also read: Australia Introduces Bill That Regulates Bitcoin Exchanges50 Digital Currency Exchanges Have AppliedT


Major Japanese Ticket Exchange Marketplace Now Accepts Bitcoin

Major Japanese customer-to-customer ticket exchange marketplace, Ticket Camp, has announced that it is already accepting the digital currency Bitcoin as a form of payment.The move is a major boost to the cryptocurrency as the exchange has about five million users across the country.According to the company, the digital currency exchange Coincheck will handle all the transactions made in Bitcoin.Fi


Bitcoin Keeps Gaining Ground in Japan as Largest Ticket Exchange Marketplace Accepts BTC

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, they are a force to be reckoned with. Bitcoin is now supp