Thursday, July 19, 2018
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Japan’s crypto industry drafts rules to ban insider trading

Japan's cryptocurrency industry is proposing rules that will forbid insider trading and plausibly restrict support for anonymous tokens like Monero. Read more:

Japan arrest 16 individuals in Monero cryptojacking case

Cryptojacking is the process of installing mining scripts or outright malicious malware onto computers of unsuspecting users to mine cryptocurrencies. Read more:

DCM Ventures looks to raise $750m for ninth fund

DCM Ventures is looking to raise up to $750m for its ninth venture fund, FinTech Global can reveal. Read more:

JCB to offer Google Pay in Japan

JCB Co., Ltd, the only international payments brand based in Japan, today announced that it will offer the ability for shoppers in Japan to use Google Read more:

Nomura Bank announces crypto custody solution

Japan-based global investment bank Nomura has announced a joint venture to establish a custody offering for digital assets. Read more:

BitFlyer raids banking talent in bid for global crypto exchange

Yuzo Kano, chief executive of major Japanese exchange bitFlyer is trying to build a global cryptocurrency powerhouse, one former financier at a time. Read more:

Everybody’s Bitcoin receives citation from financial regulators

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Everybody’s Bitcoin Co. has been issued a business improvement notice by financial regulators. Read more:

Monex CEO calls for cryptocurrency regulation

The CEO of Monex Group, a Japanese online brokerage, thinks Japan’s cryptocurrency exchanges should be regulated more strictly.  Read More:

Mobile POS developer Soft Space closes Series B from Sumitomo

Mobile point-of-sale terminal developer Soft Space Sdn has nabbed an undisclosed Series B from Sumitomo Mitsui Card Company. Read more:

Ripple likes regulation, requests more from the UK

Ripple, the most centralized cryptocurrency among the market leaders, has asked regulators in the UK to follow Japan's example. by ramping up. Read more: