Japan’s Finance Regulator Issues Licenses for 11 Bitcoin Exchanges

Japan’s Financial Services Agency said on Friday it has approved 11 companies as operators of cryptocurrency exchanges, in a move that sets the country apart from its neighbors which are tightening their grip on virtual money. Passed in April, the new law …
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