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Toyota collaborates with MS&AD to develop UBI in Japan

Toyota and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance have jointly developed Japan's first driving behavior-based telematics automobile. Read More:

Japanese regulator warns of ICO risks as Bitcoin tops $6,000

Japan is the latest country to express concern over initial coin offerings and cryptocurrency, with its regulatory body the Financial Services Agency. Read More:

Wirex and SBI Holdings for Japan cryptocurrency payments card

UK-based Wirex has formed a joint venture with FinTech investing powerhouse SBI Holdings to launch a cryptocurrency payments card in Japan. Read More:

Thailand-based Hipflat said to receive investment from Aucfan

Thailand-based real estate marketplace Hipflat has reportedly closed an undisclosed investment from Aucfan. Read more:

BitFlyer launches bitcoin visa prepaid card

Japan’s largest bitcoin exchange, bitFlyer, announced on Friday that it has launched a yen-dominated bitcoin Visa prepaid card, Read more:

Real estate investment platform BitProperty to launch ICO

BitProperty, a Japan-based blockchain-powered real estate investment platform, is looking to raise more funds by launching a token sale later this month. Read more:

Japan On Track to Become Bitcoin Market Leader

After China and Korea banned ICOs experts believe that Japan will become the leader of Bitcoin markets. Read more:

Saxo Financial institution warms to Torstone’s Inferno

“Torstone’s nearby presence and abilities in Japan were essential components in the awarding of this agreement to change our existing legal ledger, Read more:

China’s bitcoin ban fuels investment in South Korea, Japan

EXCLUSIVE- NXC, the holding company of $10 billion Japanese gaming corporation Nexon, has acquired an $80 million (91.3 billion Korean won) stake in the second, Read more:

Japanese consortium of banks to create digital currency ‘J Coin’

Japanese banks are planning to create a national digital currency for the nation, known as “J Coin,” that will be ready for the 2020 Olympics, Read more: