331 Japanese Cryptocurrency Investors Made at Least $1 Million in Profit Last Year: Tax Agency

Mainstream media outlets in South Korea and Japan JoongAng and Nikkei have reported that the National Tax Agency (NTA) of Japan is fully aware that 331 investors in the Japanese cryptocurrency sector recorded a profit of $1 million through trading, generating more than $331 million in total. Chasing Cryptocurrency Taxes By the end of 2017, The post 331 Japanese Cryptocurrency Investors Made at Least $1 Million in Profit Last Year: Tax Agency appeared first on CCN

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Japan’s Cryptocurrency Exchanges Self-Regulate After $530 Million NEM Theft

The post Japan’s Cryptocurrency Exchanges Self-Regulate After $530 Million NEM Theft appeared first on CCN A total of 16 registered Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges are establishing a self-regulatory body in April, within months of the infamous $530 million hack of Coincheck. Japan’s two major cryptocurrency trade outfits are coming together to form a new self-regulatory body that will work with the Financial Services Agency (FSA), the country’s financial regulator, to establish … Continued The post Japan’s Cryptocurrency Exchanges Self-Regulate After $530 Million NEM Theft appeared first on CCN

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Japanese Crypto Exchange Accidentally Gives Bitcoins Away for Free

The post Japanese Crypto Exchange Accidentally Gives Bitcoins Away for Free appeared first on CCN Bitcoin skeptics such as JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon have often claimed that Bitcoin is “worth nothing.” For approximately 18 minutes at one cryptocurrency exchange in Japan, these skeptics were right. On Tuesday, Zaif — a cryptocurrency exchange operated by Osaka-based Tech Bureau Corp. — revealed in a statement that a technical error had allowed several The post Japanese Crypto Exchange Accidentally Gives Bitcoins Away for Free appeared first on CCN

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