‘Business Improvement Order’: Japan Slaps Crypto Exchange Operator after $60 Million Theft

Japanese financial authorities are ramping up their scrutiny into the domestic crypto exchange sector after last week’s ¥6.7 billion ($60 million) hack of Tech Bureau’s exchange Zaif.
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