Bitcoin not yet proven as credible currency: Japan finance minister

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Tuesday that bitcoin has not been proven to be a credible currency and that he would watch its developments in the near-term. He made the remark to reporters when asked about his French …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Nikkei rises in choppy trade; pension fund buying ...
views 86
TOKYO, March 22 (Reuters) - Japan’s Nikkei share a...
Emergency Assistance to the Independent State of P...
views 73
through the Japan International Cooperation Agency...
Firms to debut luxury overnight Tokyo-Osaka compar...
views 153
Kanto Bus Co. and transport company Ryobi Holdings...
Japan ruling coalition seen winning around two-thi...
views 113
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo A...
Japan Display faces rocky road even with new turna...
views 141
TOKYO -- Although Japan Display announced a bold t...
Japan and US should put alliance on even footing, ...
views 39
U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and ...
Group Relocation Preserves Social Connections Amon...
views 134
increased informal socializing and social particip...
Japan February exports seen rising at fastest pace...
views 201
The finance ministry will release the trade data a...
Japan on verge of breaking tuna fishing cap
views 221
TOKYO -- Japan is poised to exceed an internationa...
Japan’s Coincheck suffers largest virtual cu...
views 101
Such an attack may have been behind Friday's theft...