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November 05, 2011, 12:05:39 PM
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What exchange is easiest, and cheapest for bank transfers, if you're living in Japan?

I would have thought Mtgox would have been best, but I can't find any fee details on their website for Japan.
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Really? No Japan-based users here?
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Their website shows Japanese banking details on the wire transfer screen for receiving foreign wire transfers... I would think the same information would work for receiving one from Japan.

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