Japan’s six virtual currency exchanges withdrew their applications for registration

At the FSA press conference, the spokesperson stated that six digital currency exchanges have now withdrawn their applications for registration, including bit-station, dream, bitExpress, Mr.Exchange, and Tokyo Ghost. ), CAMPFIRE. In April last year, the Japanese government revised the “Financial Arithmetic Algorithm” to recognize the legal status of Bitcoin and appointed the FSA to supervise the digital currency. To open a digital currency exchange in Japan, it must register at the FSA.

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