Every day it seems that some fresh negative development emerges for the cryptocurrency sector, and just days after digital currencies evaded the rage of the G-20 (allegedly thanks to the …Read more
Our management and all employees are united ter our understanding of how serious thesis issues are, spil well spil how serious wij are ter responding to them,” bitFlyer said on its webstek.
With Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) bringing business improvement orders against numerous exchanges, some crypto exchanges are limiting their operations: At least one exchange said it would zekering taking on …Read more
According to bitFlyer, the cards will facilitate the spending of crypto at “more than 40 million merchants te more than 200 countries and regions.” However, purchases won’t actually be made using Bitcoin.
Japan’s largest Bitcoin exchange, bitFlyer, have announced that they will launch a Bitcoin debit card powered by Visa. This development will bring the ever-growing Japanese crypto market closer to being …Read more