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January 17, 2018, 08:32:43 AM
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"As bitcoin trading becomes the new mainstream in Japan, leading financial firms are stepping in to offer services to preserve their market share. MUFG, the largest bank in the country, is now planning to launch its own exchange, a pegged cryptocurrency and bitcoin segregated accounts for clients of other exchanges."

https://news.bitcoin.com/japans-largest-bank-to-launch-cryptocurrency-exchange/
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January 23, 2018, 09:36:52 AM
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We don't usually see Japanese banks as innovators and leaders. Yet when many banks, central banks and regulators are running scared from crypto-currency, Mitsubishi Bank is embracing them. Great to see!
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January 23, 2018, 04:27:09 PM
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Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc (MUFG). is planning to release its own coin by March 2018. The MUFG coin will have parity with the Japanese yen and will be rolled out to employees of the financial services group first. It will enable standard transactions, such as shopping or transfer of money between individuals, and costs are much lower than a credit card. However, MUFG treats cryptocurrency as an asset, not currency.

if interested in, you can read "Japan's Biggest Bank Is Releasing Its Own Cryptocurrency In March "



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January 25, 2018, 11:41:13 AM
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Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc (MUFG). is planning to release its own coin by March 2018. The MUFG coin will have parity with the Japanese yen and will be rolled out to employees of the financial services group first. It will enable standard transactions, such as shopping or transfer of money between individuals, and costs are much lower than a credit card. However, MUFG treats cryptocurrency as an asset, not currency.

if interested in, you can read "Japan's Biggest Bank Is Releasing Its Own Cryptocurrency In March "




it is not uncommon for huge corporations to issue their quasi currency,this time it will be based
on blockchain technology and the bank is located in Japan,which has legalised cryptocurrencies
and yes they will treat cryptocurrencies as assets,not money and there is huge difference
BUT it could the first step for accepting bitcoins as legal tender,though,along with yen

I'm surprised Japan is pretty slow on adopting bitcoins,there should be more banks,companies,retailer groups etc. accepting bitcoins
the amount of new exchanges opened is not staggering either,eleven licenses,while many have closed in light of the new rules
also there is a big chance Japan will follow both Korea and China if the money laundering and capitol flight become a big issue

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January 25, 2018, 12:13:27 PM
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That's a little bit funny how banks from warning of the use of crypto currencies moved to partnership with them and now they add crypto in their trading lists  Smiley Well, that was expected from the most moment.
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February 05, 2018, 04:49:52 AM
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We don't usually see Japanese banks as innovators and leaders.


You are simply repeating the Western perspective. In Asia, people recognize that Mitsubishi and other Zaibatsu created the framework for Globalism aka Fair Trade, and provided Asians with the bulk of the seed money for the most part of the past 100 years. Now it's China who has assumed the lead but itself is in danger from massive internal population swells of hatred and disgust against the Communist Party and it's idiotic paternalism.
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