Cryptocurrency Market in Japan Will Be Self-Regulated

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    The trading groups of 16 cryptocurrencies market operators in Japan agree to create a self-regulating body for better safety of cryptocurrency exchanges

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The trading groups of 16 cryptocurrencies market operators in Japan agree to create a self-regulating body for better safety of cryptocurrency exchanges. They asked one of the groups, JSBA (Japan Cryptocurrency Business Association), to work out the guidelines for ICO (Initial Coin Offering). The new organization still needs the approval of Federal Services Authority.

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George Shnurenko is a Bitcoin and cryptocurrency enthusiast, financial analyst and writer. He's majoring in history but he believes that the digital currency which has taken the world by storm will bring about change to all us humans. 

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