Japan’s Biggest Bitcoin Exchange Suspends New Business

TOKYO—Japan’s biggest bitcoin exchange said it would halt taking new business after regulators said it wasn’t doing enough to stop money laundering and terrorist financing. The move by Tokyo-based bitFlyer Inc. led to a drop in the price of the …
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