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Cryptocurrency Exchange Kraken Withdraws from Japanese Market

April 17, 2018 |

Cryptocurrency Exchange Kraken Withdraws from Japanese Market

Cryptocurrency exchange Kraken is suspending all of its services to Japanese residents. The exchange has been allowed to operate in Japan while its application with the country’s financial regulator is being reviewed.

Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space

Kraken Pulling Out of Japan

Cryptocurrency Exchange Kraken Withdraws from Japanese MarketKraken announced on Tuesday the suspension of its services to Japanese residents. “The exact dates for suspending trading and funding have not yet been determined,” the exchange wrote, adding that tentatively the last day for deposits is “around mid-May,” the last day for trading is “around mid-June,” and the last day for withdrawals is “around end-June.” Kraken elaborated:

This is a localized suspension of service that only affects residents of Japan and does not impact services for Japanese citizens or businesses domiciled outside of Japan. Clients residing outside Japan who have access to our Japan banking partners will continue to have access and will still be able to trade our JPY markets.

The exchange detailed, “The decision involved careful consideration of revenue against the costs and resources required to maintain service,” noting that “suspending services for Japan residents will allow us to better focus on our resources to improve in other geographical areas.”

Residents of Japan waiting on Mtgox distributions “will still be able to withdraw the funds through their Kraken account as a one-time payment, provided that this is approved by the court,” Kraken confirmed.

Rising Costs of Doing Business in Japan

Kraken has been serving Japanese residents since October 2014. It has applied for a license with the Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) but has not been approved. The exchange has been allowed to operate while its application is still pending as a “deemed dealer.”

Cryptocurrency Exchange Kraken Withdraws from Japanese MarketHowever, since the hack of Coincheck, the agency has been scrutinizing all crypto exchanges and has launched on-site inspections of all deemed dealers. Initially, there were 16 deemed dealers in Japan but a growing number of them have been withdrawing their applications, citing high costs.

Kraken is the seventh crypto exchange to withdraw its application with the FSA. Others are Tokyo Gateway, Mr. Exchange, Raimu, Bitexpress, Bit Station, and Campfire.

Kraken detailed:

We deeply regret suspending this long-standing relationship and hope to resume services for Japan residents in the future…at the present time, it is impractical to continue service for Japan residents…After we have had a chance to better catch up to our rapid growth, we will consider the possibility of resuming service for Japan residents.

What do you think of Kraken pulling out of Japan? Let us know in the comments section below.


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How Monex Plans to Revive Hacked Japanese Crypto Exchange Coincheck

April 17, 2018 |

How Monex Plans to Revive Hacked Japanese Crypto Exchange Coincheck

The hacked Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck has officially been acquired by one of Japan’s largest online brokerage firms. Monex Group has outlined its plans of reviving Coincheck and the risks associated with the acquisition.

Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space

Acquisition Completed

How Monex Plans to Revive Hacked Japanese Crypto Exchange CoincheckCoincheck has officially become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Monex Group on April 16, local media reported after the leading online securities firm agreed to invest 3.6 billion yen (~US$ 33.55 million) in the acquisition of the exchange. Monex is among Japan’s largest online brokerage firms, whose competitors include SBI Securities, Rakuten Securities, Matsui Securities and Kabu.com.

In a press conference on Friday, Monex disclosed Coincheck’s financials for the fiscal year ending March 31. The exchange’s revenue was 980 million yen (~$ 9.13 million) and its net operating income was 719 million yen (~$ 6.7 million). Moreover, the exchange has approximately 1.7 million user accounts and 71 employees.

How Monex Plans to Revive Hacked Japanese Crypto Exchange CoincheckMonex CEO Oki Matsumoto told Coincheck’s employees, as reported by Business Insider Japan, “There are no personnel changes,” adding that Monex will respect the salaries and treatment of Coincheck’s employees and will not “change the company name or logo, and emphasizes continuity.” Citing that he believes the Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) will grant the new Coincheck registration “within two months,” he reiterated at the press conference:

We will restart Coincheck business within two months.

Key Executive Changes

The business improvement order issued by the FSA under the fund settlement law mandates both key executives of Coincheck, CEO Koichiro Wada and COO Yusuke Otsuka, to resign from the company’s Board of Directors.

How Monex Plans to Revive Hacked Japanese Crypto Exchange Coincheck
Former Coincheck CEO Koichiro Wada.

“While leaving is the requirement of the Financial Services Agency, Mr. Wada and Mr. Otsuka remain as executive officers,” the news outlet noted. Executive officers make day-to-day management decisions. For important matters, the Board of Directors, consisting of Monex staff, holds the decision making power.

Monex COO Toshihiko Katsuya will be appointed the new president of Coincheck while Matsumoto will also serve as the director.

Wada announced:

I and Otsuka will retire as of April 16, but I will continue to fulfill my responsibilities as an executive officer for the development of the industry and the protection of customers’ assets.

Considerable Risks

In January, Coincheck was hacked and lost 58 billion yen (~$ 541 million) worth of the cryptocurrency NEM, which the exchange has paid out from its own earnings, Wada detailed. However, as customers were paid in Japanese yen, some have filed lawsuits against the exchange for the return of their cryptocurrencies instead.

Refuting reports that Coincheck was “bought cheaply,” the CEO of Monex Group was quoted by Nikkei:

Coincheck is a company that is not a registrant of the FSA with litigation. From the common sense of listed companies, the acquisition is a considerable risk.

However, he further explained, “The risk of litigation has been discussed with lawyers and it ranges from 1 billion to 2 billion yen [~$ 18.6 million] at the most,” adding that the cost will be borne by existing shareholders and the burden of Monex will be limited.

What do you think of Monex’s plans to revive Coincheck? Do you think Coincheck will become popular again? Let us know in the comments section below.


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Snubbed by Trump, Japanese leader returns for summit at Mar-a-Lago

April 16, 2018 |

Barely two weeks after Donald Trump was elected, Shinzo Abe rushed to Trump Tower to meet America’s new leader in a cordial 90-minute visit.

The Japanese prime minister was also the first foreign leader invited to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s resort in Palm Beach, Fla. And the relationship blossomed further…


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Nine Japanese Crypto Exchanges Have Suspended Operations So Far

April 13, 2018 |

Nine Japanese Crypto Exchanges Have Suspended Operations So Far

A total of nine cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan have suspended their operations so far. This includes the latest two, one of which was sanctioned by the Japanese financial regulator on Wednesday while the other voluntarily withdrew its license application.

Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for Business With 7 Cryptocurrencies

Blue Dream Japan

Nine Japanese Crypto Exchanges Have Suspended Operations So FarThe Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) issued a business improvement and suspension order to Blue Dream Japan Co. Ltd on Wednesday after an on-site inspection was carried out. The company must halt all activities related to its crypto exchange business from April 11 to June 10.

Following the FSA’s order, Blue Dream Japan issued a statement, “We will solemnly accept the business suspension order and business improvement order,” adding that they “promise to seriously respond, [and] we will do our utmost to resume our service.” Furthermore, the company wrote:

We hope to continue [our] virtual currency exchange business in the future after conducting thorough compliance with laws and regulations and improving the management system so that we can provide services that users can use with confidence.

Campfire’s Firex

Nine Japanese Crypto Exchanges Have Suspended Operations So FarAnother company has also announced the withdrawal of its application with the FSA to operate a crypto exchange. Campfire, a leading crowdfunding site in Japan, operates the cryptocurrency exchange Firex, which was launched in March of last year.

The company has voluntarily suspended its crypto exchange services. “We aimed to fully renew [our] exchange system,” Campfire wrote and elaborated:

We have been preparing to register the virtual currency exchange…However, in order to build a perfect service system in terms of customer asset protection and convenience, we decided that [a] further review of the plan is necessary.

9 Exchanges Suspended Operations So Far

Nine Crypto Exchanges Have Suspended Operations in Japan So FarPrior to the hack of one of the country’s largest crypto exchanges, Coincheck, Japan had 16 licensed crypto exchanges and 16 “quasi-operators” of cryptocurrencies, also called “deemed dealers.” These are companies that have applied for licenses but have not been approved. Both Blue Dream Japan and Campfire fall into this category.

Coincheck was the first company to be sanctioned by the FSA since the Japanese Payment Services Act went into effect in April of last year. Following a business improvement order on January 29, the agency launched an on-site inspection of the exchange and subsequently proceeded to inspect all other exchanges as well. All quasi-operators received on-site inspections.

On March 8, the FSA issued business improvement orders to six companies. Four of them were quasi-operators – Mister Exchange, Bitcrements, Bit Station, and FSHO. The other two were fully licensed – Tech Bureau and GMO Coin.

Nine Crypto Exchanges Have Suspended Operations in Japan So FarThen on April 6, the agency issued administrative punishment orders to three exchanges – Lastroots, Eternal Links, and another to FSHO. The latter two were also ordered to suspend operations – Eternal Links from April 6 to June 5 and FSHO from April 8 to June 7. The latest company to receive a business suspension order is the aforementioned Blue Dream Japan.

In addition, a total of six crypto exchanges are reportedly withdrawing their applications following the inspections by the FSA – Tokyo Gateway, Mr. Exchange, Raimu, Bitexpress, Bit Station, and now Campfire.

What do you think of Japanese exchanges suspending operations? Let us know in the comments section below.


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Japanese Workers Call It Quits on a Firm Tradition: The Job for Life

April 12, 2018 |

The number of people who changed jobs has risen for seven straight years, reaching 3.11 million in 2017, as workers are lured by higher salaries and fewer hours amid a tighter employment market.
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Japanese Police Arrest Chinese Man for Selling Cryptocurrency Exchange Accounts

April 4, 2018 |

Japanese Police Arrest Chinese Man for Selling Cryptocurrency Exchange Accounts

During the height of the cryptocurrency trading mania, when major exchanges closed their doors to new clients in an effort to cope, it was not uncommon to see people offering big amounts to buy existing accounts. The following case should serve as a warning to anyone considering selling accounts, as you can never know what legal problems may arise.

Also Read: Chinese Engineer Arrested for Stealing 100 Bitcoin From His Own Company

Chinese Corporate Executive Arrested in Tokyo

Japanese Police Arrest Chinese Man for Selling Cryptocurrency Exchange AccountsThe Japanese police revealed on Tuesday that they arrested a Chinese citizen in Tokyo for allegedly selling client accounts, at cryptocurrency exchanges he opened, to a group of criminals. The man is reportedly named Lin Xiaolin, and said to be a 30 years old corporate executive living in the Japanese capital city.

According to reports from China, the executive was arrested on March 15, 2018. He allegedly opened the accounts at a cryptocurrency exchange in Tokyo by accessing its server from his home country under the identity of a Vietnamese individual. The Chinese man has denied these allegations.

The police said that after opening an account, Lin immediately sold it off to a criminal group for approximately 100,000 yen (less than $ 1,000). He allegedly opened a total of six cryptocurrency exchanges accounts, and at least three of which were later used in some illicit transactions, the Tokyo police believe.

The Vietnamese Connection

Japanese Police Arrest Chinese Man for Selling Cryptocurrency Exchange AccountsThe Japanese police suspect that the criminal group deposited cryptocurrency taken from a third party to the accounts they got from Lin, in violation of the law. The investigators also think he might have handed the criminals not just accounts but other “tools” they may use.

The Chinese executive allegedly acquired the personal details of a Vietnamese person from an acquaintance he had in Vietnam. They chatted on Facebook and Lin paid 30,000 yen (less than $ 300) to get the name, birthday date and more information of another individual. These were used to open an exchange account in early July 2017, according to the police. The investigators first arrested four Vietnamese back in February for allegedly selling this information to Lin, but prosecutors eventually decided against indicting them.

What should be the punishment for selling off cryptocurrency exchange accounts? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.


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Find Real BTC Rewards Roaming 3,000 Levels in New Japanese Mobile Game

March 20, 2018 |

Find Real BTC Rewards Roaming 3,000 Levels in New Japanese Mobile Game

There’s a new Japanese Android and iOS game called Itadaki Dungeon that allows players to earn small micro-bits of BTC while venturing through 3,000 underground levels. The free game is a 2D course filled with weapons, special items, and cryptocurrency treasure.

Also Read: US State Exempts Cryptocurrencies From Property Taxes 

The 2D Mobile Game Itadaki Dungeon’s mBTC Incentives

The company Atstage Inc. has recently launched a 2D video game called, Itadaki Dungeon, which allows players to earn bitcoin while trying to beat roughly 3,000 courses. The levels feature a dungeon-type of atmosphere where players can use a sword, hammer, or gun to attack starving monsters waiting to harm them. While perusing through the medieval landscape, little bitcoins appear, and characters can snatch the coins up and add it to their collected items. Each bitcoin-treasure contains a small amount of mBTC, and Itadaki Dungeon players can try and gather as much as they can while playing the game.

Find Real BTC Rewards Roaming 3,000 Levels in New Japanese Mobile Game
The 2D mobile game Itadaki Dungeon has 3,000 courses.

The game has a 4.1 rating on the Google Play and iOS app store and has some decent reviews on the platform alongside positive reviews on other forums. For players familiar with the games “Itadaki Street” and “Dragon Quest” the entertainment is quite similar.

“Test your skills in an expansive dungeon with 3000 underground levels,” explains the Atstage Inc. developers.

The courses are simple with flat, one-lane paths that you can rush through on your way to the stairway to the next underground level.

Japanese Mobile Game Itadaki Dungeon Offers BTC Rewards
The game’s latest update fixes bitcoin rewards on the 400th course.

The Japanese Dungeon Game Follows Other Video Games Incorporating Crypto-Rewards

The Atstage creation Itadaki Dungeon follows other video games and fun mobile apps that offer cryptocurrency rewards. For instance, there is the game Bitcoinbandit a mobile phone game that allows players to earn mBTC. Coins are collected in the tournament mode within the game, and top-ranking players can earn additional mBTC payments. The game Counterstrike Global Offense (CS: GO) offers virtual currency rewards in Digibyte. While other altcoin networks like the game Spells of Genesis has integrated cryptocurrency rewards as well. Pokébits is a Pokémon RPG browser game that adds a BTC faucet to the gaming experience. Players compete in missions throughout well known Pokémon arenas while earning satoshis.

Japanese Mobile Game Itadaki Dungeon Offers BTC Rewards
After obtaining a little BTC symbol on screen, the interface will tell you how many mBTCs the treasure is worth.

Just like the other games, Itadaki Dungeon will attempt to attract players with mBTC rewards. The game is free, but don’t expect to be a ‘bitcoin-millionaire’ overnight playing the Japanese mobile game, as the game’s reviews say you got to play a lot of courses to earn small fractions of mBTC.  

What do you think about Itadaki Dungeon? Does playing countless hours of dungeon-like courses interest you if you are rewarded in mBTC? Let us know your thoughts about this game in the comments below. 


Images via Itadaki Dungeon, Atstage Inc., and the Steemit user Shogun


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Japanese Firm Mikan to Launch Bitcoin Cash Wallet ‘Yenom’

March 16, 2018 |

Japanese Firm Mikan Plans to Launch 'Yenom' a Bitcoin Cash Wallet

According to local reports the Japanese firm Mikan Co. Ltd., creator of the Mikan (英単語アプリ) English language app has announced the beta-launch of a bitcoin cash (BCH) only mobile wallet for iOS and Android.

Also read: Mini-POS Launches Zero Confirmation Bitcoin Cash Point-of-Sale Terminal

Bitcoin Needs to be a Part of Life

Japanese Firm Mikan Plans to Launch 'Yenom' a Bitcoin Cash Wallet The Tokyo based firm, Mikan, has announced the beta-launch of a bitcoin cash wallet called Yenom which will be released in late March. The Japanese company established in 2014 is well known for its app that teaches English words. The English word application, ‘Mikan,’ has exceeded 2 million downloads since its first release. The Yenom BCH wallet has officially started its pre-registration, and the company plans to invite users to test the beta platform.

Mikan’s press release explains that the company believes bitcoin should “become a part of people’s lives.” The platform’s developers hope the application is “easy to understand and easy to use compared to existing applications.” Mikan’s wallet announcement details the platform’s ultimate goal is “making it possible to use bitcoins easily.”

Japanese Firm Mikan Plans to Launch 'Yenom' a Bitcoin Cash Wallet

Turning Over the Existing Money Structure

The company says Yenom was designed and dedicated to function with bitcoin cash. Mikan also explains the wallets name and why it was chosen. The name “Yenom” reads “money” upside down. Mikan explains the underlying philosophy behind this name stating:       

[Yenom] shows the intention of “turning over the existing money structure” through this service.

Mikan details that while the virtual currency industry is exciting, it’s strongly said that most cryptocurrencies are traded for the purpose of speculation. But the company believes the great potential for bitcoin is within its “currency” use case, and Mikan thinks this will be realized when cryptocurrencies become a commonplace like traditional currencies. Bitcoin needs to be a part of life, says Mikan, “like water, electricity, and the internet.”

What do you think about the Japanese company Mikan’s bitcoin cash wallet? Let us know in the comments below.


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Japanese Conglomerate GMO Mined Over 200 Bitcoins In 2018 So Far

March 8, 2018 |

Japanese Conglomerate GMO Mined Over 200 Bitcoins In 2018 So Far

GMO Internet has released a monthly report on its mining business for February 2018, revealing that the company has mined over 200 bitcoins during this year so far. GMO has also mined over 300 Bitcoin Cash during 2018.

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GMO Internet Mined $ 1.8 Million Worth of BTC and BCH in February

Japanese Conglomerate GMO Mined Over 200 Bitcoins In 2018 So FarMajor Japanese conglomerate, GMO Internet, has released a report detailing the performance of its mining business. GMO Internet first announced its desire to start mining BTC and BCH during September 2017, before launching operations in December of the same year.

In December 2017, GMO mined 21 BTC and 213 BCH – then valued at approximately $ 15,850 and $ 2,715 USD respectively. In January 2018, GMO mined 93 BTC and 25 BCH – then valued at roughly $ 10,300 and $ 1,500 each. GMO reported a hash rate of 22 penta hashes per second (PH/s) during December, and 27 PH/s during January.

During February, GMO increased the scale of its mining operations, with GMO reporting a hash rate of 108 PH/s following the employment of additional hardware. GMO mined 124 BTC and 287 BCH during February 2018 – valued by GMO at approximately $ 10,670 and $ 1,240 respectively.

GMO to Expand Mining Business

GMO Internet Mined Over 200 Bitcoins In 2018 So FarThe report states that GMO Internet’s “goal is to see the hash rate reach 3,000 PH/s this year,” indicating the company’s intention to soon comprise a major player within the bitcoin mining industry.

If successful, a hash rate of 3,000 PH/s would give GMO comparable power to that of Viabtc’s mining pool. According to Blockchain.info, Viabtc currently comprises the third largest bitcoin mining pool, accounting for 12.9% of the BTC mining network with approximately 3,390 PH/s as of this writing.

Last month, GMO Internet also announced its intention to launch a cloud mining service in August 2018. The company started accepting priority applications from prospective customers on March 1st. GMO appears to be targeting customers with deep pockets – as a single two-year contract is estimated to cost roughly $ 5 million (550 million JPY) each, excluding maintenance expenses.

Do you think that GMO will be able to produce 3,000 PH/s this year? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!


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Japanese Electricity Company Uses Excess Solar Power for Crypto Mining

March 1, 2018 |

Japanese Electricity Company Uses Excess Solar Power for Crypto Mining

Japan’s Kumamoto-Energy, a local power producer and supplier from Kumamoto City, has revealed that it recently began using solar power for mining cryptocurrencies. This is another example of how, contrary to environmental hysteria by mainstream media sources, cryptocurrency mining can enable a greener future using renewable energy.

Also Read: British Man in Amsterdam Allegedly Laundered €11.5m in Bitcoin Drug Money

Kumamoto Solar Power Mining

Japanese Electricity Company Uses Excess Solar Power for Crypto Mining
Kumamoto Castle

Kumamoto-Energy Co Ltd announced on Feb 20, 2018, that it established an affiliate company that operates a cryptocurrency mining business called OZ Mining back in November 2017. The company says that it aims to effectively use its surplus electricity by mining cryptocurrencies with the output of its solar power generation plants. Kumamoto-Energy is affiliated with TakeEnergyCorporation Co Ltd which runs “mega solar plants” in Kumamoto Prefecture.

The company explains that OZ Mining stably purchases electricity from Kumamoto-Energy at a price of ¥10-19/kWh (depending on supply area, contract and season) and sets up data center facilities (mining farms) and container-based mining rigs, which can be installed anywhere power is available, depending on customer needs. Additionally, it manufactures and sells systems with which multiple miners can cooperate.

Mining for a Green Future

Japanese Electricity Company Uses Excess Solar Power for Crypto Mining
Kumamoto Prefecture

One of the most heated attacks on cryptocurrencies is that their generation process is costly and power hungry. The crypto mining industry is said to be taking over power plants and growing exponentially until much of the electricity on earth will be used to create coins. Bitcoin mining especially, we are warned, now consumes more energy than some countries and will lead to an environmental disaster if left unchecked.

This news from Kumamoto, however, shows that in some cases cryptocurrency can facilitate a potentially greener future. Many renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, hydro and geothermal are located in remote places away from consumers. They are also uneven in their yields compared to traditional and more polluting sources. By using excess capacity when it is available to mine, the crypto economy is making remote renewable energy more affordable and profitable and thus much more likely to be tapped into.

Is cryptocurrency mining an ideal use for renewable energy? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.


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