Japan’s Crypto Exchanges Self-Regulate In Wake of $500 Million Hack

Sixteen cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan have formed a new self-regulatory organization, an effort that comes in the wake of the $500 million theft in January. According to a report from Nikkei, the new initiative will see the group of licensed …
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