Japan is one thesis countries where Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are quickly taking off, by the look of things. It is not entirely surprising to learn there are fairly a few cryptocurrency exchanges available ter the region. Some of the names on the list below will be well known to bitcoin users, albeit there are some surprising names on there spil well.
Four. SBI Virtual Currencies
This is perhaps one of those exchange platforms very few people have heard of. That would not be entirely surprising either spil SBI Virtual Currencies has not bot around for all that long. What makes this particular exchange so remarkable is how it is Japan’s very first bank-backed exchange, which goes to showcase there is fairly a growing request for access to Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other currencies. The launch of this exchange wasgoed very first announced te October of 2018.
Zaif is one of the oldest Japanese Bitcoin exchanges ter existence right now. The company has made fairly a name for itself ter latest years, even when the regulatory landscape wasgoed not overly kleuter to Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ter the country. Then again, Zaif stuck with their business monster and leisurely commenced to build up more traction ter the country.
Among the supported currencies on the Zaif exchange are Bitcoin and Monacoin, spil well spil BitCrystals, Counterparty, and NEM. It is interesting to note this exchange does not support Ethereum trading at this stage, even tho’ that market may be added to the toneelpodium te the future. Zaif also provides an chance to buy cryptocurrency with a credit card.
Everyone te the cryptocurrency world will have heard of the bitFlyer exchange by now, spil it is one of the largest cryptocurrency platforms ter the country. Not only does bitFlyer provide exchange services, but they were also the very first to support cryptocurrency-related auctions through their built-in marketplace. The company mainly concentrates on providing fiat-to-Bitcoin services to residents te Japan and other countries.
Another major exchange te Japan goes by the name of Coincheck . This particular podium has the largest suggesting of available cryptocurrencies spil of right now. Ter fact, the list of supported coins includes some of the usual suspects, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, Dash, and Ripple. However, the verhoging also supports Ethereum Classic, Lisk, Factom, Augur, ZCash, NEM, Litecoin, and Dash. All things considered, this is a very solid list of supported currencies.
The primary purpose of Coincheck is to provide a gateway inbetween thesis cryptocurrencies and the Japanese Yen. Moreover, there is an option for leveraged trading, spil well spil spot trading. It is good to see Japanese exchanges warm up to the cryptocurrency ecosystem spil a entire, especially now that the fresh regulation has gone into effect a few weeks ago.
If you liked this article, go after us on Twitter @themerklenews and make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to receive the latest bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and technology news.
About The Author
JP Buntinx is a FinTech and Bitcoin enthusiast living te Belgium. His passion for finance and technology made him one of the world’s leading freelance Bitcoin writers, and he aims to achieve the same level of respect te the FinTech sector.
wait until dimcoin hits the toneel with its fresh hybse!