Japan’s Finance Watchdog to Inspect 15 Unlicensed Crypto Exchanges

According to the Japan Times, the country’s financial services minister Taro Aso said at a news briefing that on-site inspections will take place at the exchange providers that have filed for licenses but have not yet been approved. The move comes after …
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