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Binance CEO Criticized for Appearing to Advise Storing Crypto on Exchanges

Binance CEO Chengpeng Zhao (“CZ”) has come under attack after appearing to advise crypto holders to store their holdings on exchanges instead of on personal storage devices like USB drives or hardware wallets. In a tweet, Zhao appeared to infer that the risk of self-storage…

Japan Approves 17th Cryptocurrency Exchange – Its First in Over a Year

It has been over a year since Japan’s Financial Services Agency last approved a cryptocurrency exchange to legally operate in the country. Coincheck, which was hacked early last year, has become the 17th fully-registered crypto exchange in the country. The exchange has made numerous improvements…

Japan and Korea Officially Approve Their Biggest Crypto Exchanges

South Korea’s Internet & Security Agency (KISA) has granted an important certification to the country’s leading cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb. Meanwhile, in Japan, Coincheck, the country’s largest exchange, is now registered with the Financial Services Agency.  Bithumb Granted ISMS Certification Cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has managed to obtain…

Japanese Regulators Grant Cryptocurrency Exchange License to Coincheck

Japan’s Financial Services Agency has issued an operating license to Coincheck, which lost $530 million due to a hack last year. Japan’s finance regulator, the Financial Services Agency (FSA), has granted full permission for cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck to continue operating in the country. Cointelegraph Japan…

5 Japanese Crypto Exchanges Join the Country’s Self Regulatory Association

News reaching Ethereum World News indicate that the Japanese self regulatory organization known as The Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA) has welcomed five new cryptocurrency exchanges into their ranks. The entry of these 5 crypto exchanges is unique in the sense that up until…

Five More Exchanges Join Japan’s Self-Regulatory Crypto Exchange Association

Five more cryptocurrency exchanges have joined Japan’s self-regulatory crypto exchange body. Five more cryptocurrency exchanges have joined the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA), according to an official announcement on Jan. 4 from the JVCEA. The JVCEA is a self-regulatory body formed in April by…

More Japanese Crypto Exchanges to Self-Regulate

Five cryptocurrency exchange operators including Coincheck have signed up to self-regulate under Japanese law. They have joined the self-regulatory association which, until now, has only accepted regulated crypto exchanges as members. According to Japan’s top regulator, companies seeking to register their exchanges in the country…

Bitcoin Price Watch: A Final Look Back at 2018

At press time, bitcoin is trading for just over $3,700. While the currency has managed to keep up a small bit of momentum in the past seven days to stay above $3,600, the currency has failed to meet the expectations of most die-hard investors and…

Year in Review: 2018’s Top Cryptocurrency Stories

After an intense 2017, filled with cryptocurrency market spikes, the following year was loaded with letdowns as a great majority of digital assets plunged well over 80 percent in value since their all-time highs. 2018 was also filled with lots of headlines about digital currency…

Crypto Exchange Coincheck to Receive Full Licensing from Japanese Authorities

Coincheck, the crypto exchange that lost over $500 million in investors funds in early-2018, is now close to receiving full licensing from Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA), signaling that the exchange tightened their platform’s security and cleaned up the management practices that led to the…