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January 25, 2015, 04:46:13 AM
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Is confidence in the Yen going down at all? I heard that the central bank recently started increasing inflation a lot.
Yeah, now central bank of Japan is spreading  many many Yen.

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In Japan, the reason for having bitcoin is speculation or investment (most of Japanese don't like it very much), not using in daily life.
Moreover there were too many bad news, like Mt.gox, bitstamp, etc.
Many people cannot understand the  technology of bitcoin, and why bad news were occured.
They are thinking bitcoin is like Enten(円天) , which was the pseudo money
created by company which cheated many people in Japan.

But I believe that bitcoin will make many innovations, like bitcoin 2.0.
Investment, or adjusting economic parameters (i.e. adjusting amount of money, rate of intests,etc)  
make someone happy, but others unhappy.
Only innovations  make everyone happy. Cheesy
Nobody will igonore what will make them happy.
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January 27, 2015, 07:54:45 PM
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Teresa Teng - Toki No Nagare Ni Mi Wo Makase - 時の流れに身をま

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3Mi4Ma1eDA&list=PL1F3EC94FCEA4669F&index=103
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January 28, 2015, 05:23:01 AM
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The confidence for Japanese Yen is strong, so most of Japanese don't think they should buy risky bitcoin.
It's amazing, and sad.  Because so many will be hurt so badly by this misplaced confidence.  There is no reason for the yen to be strong, and every reason to flee it.  But, as you point out, historically those betting against the yen have been badly burnt.  Sadly that was the wrong lesson.

I live in Japan and love it here, but I wonder what is going to happen in the next few years.  The elderly are squeezing the life blood out of the economy and the young people, just so they can take pensions and health care whose cost they only paid about 20% of.  They want the young to pay the rest, when those same young people have no hope of anyone paying for them.

It's only a matter of time until they revolt.  Anyone with long term savings in yen and belief in the system is going to suffer massive losses.  I hope it happens sooner, as those who should be losing out are the elderly who supported the corrupt system, not the young who were just handed their fate.
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February 07, 2015, 03:41:42 AM
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How to use "quote"?
In Japan, we need enginneers who can speak English and Japanese.

Weak yen give us profit. Exports increase. And yen is controlled by Bank of Japan. If yen was out of controll... that should'nt occur.
Although there are many anxietiy about the future (decreasing children, a pension, salary, etc), I don't think yen falls such as RUR.
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February 11, 2015, 02:27:10 AM
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Cryptowatchは、ビットバンク社の協力を得て、日本語でもご利用頂けるようになりました!

https://cryptowatch.jp


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February 25, 2015, 05:55:40 PM
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The unique Coin of the Magi is looking out for a translator.
Magi (XMG) is the only M7M altcoin at the moment.
Unique POSII and POM. Check it out!
If you are interested place a post in the original thread or sent a pm to 111magic (marketingteam)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=735170.0
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February 28, 2015, 02:51:46 PM
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Teresa Teng - Toki No Nagare Ni Mi Wo Makase - 時の流れに身をま

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3Mi4Ma1eDA&list=PL1F3EC94FCEA4669F&index=103

very nice song.  hello from Turkiye.

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May 04, 2015, 06:19:20 AM
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no japanese thread for ANN threads on this forum yet? Tongue where can i post japanese translations of my favourite alts?

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May 06, 2015, 10:06:50 PM
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guys i need your help we are very close to get our own subforum!

post as much as you can and we get rewarded with a proper place to talk and post japanese.

i do that because 2 of my recent posts got deleted JUST BECAUSE it was in the wrong section(?) or not allowed to be posted here(?)

here is a bit of info:

ok please make a japanese subforum today.

i wanna post in japanese and many others too.

this is my official application for such subforum, please forward it to the relevant person to make this decision.

thank you very much.

The Japanese thread is only 6 pages long, show us that there is enough interest for such a subforum and we may consider adding it.

guys please help me to get this done Cheesy

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May 06, 2015, 10:20:39 PM
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so basically we have to keep posting like a madman and then it would be important enough to consider opening a nihongo subforum.

i do a bit something useful now:

Getting discounts by paying with Bitcoins

this is an event organized by my friends from the local bitcoin meetup group in osaka. check it out!


Saturday, May 16, 2015

8:00 PM - Moonshine Umeda

北区曽根崎新地1-9-12大雅ビル2F, Osaka

directions: Take south central exit. Pass maru bldg. Near Captain Kangeroo

event info:
A penny saved is a penny earned. Would like to try out paying with bitcoin to get discounts. How much is the right percentage is still an open question in the bitcoin community.

Brian who runs Moonshine is a bitcoin enthusiast.

this bitcoin meetup is now moving the regular event over to a smaller bar.


Dave Faulkmore who is organizing the bitcoin meetups in osaka at the moment says:
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Lots of trading happened. Kevin was happy to advise me on sites similar to airbnb.

Ran out of time for the demonstration on getting discounts using bitcoins. But it's relevant for our lives here in Japan. So might schedule a private meeting with Kevin.

if you are in osaka get in touch with them and show some bitcoin love at moonshine umeda.

please comment and share in english/japanese...

let's get our japanese subforum!

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May 07, 2015, 05:41:40 AM
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Bitcoin News from Tokyo:

"Future of Bitcoin Wallets" Panel Discussion

Thursday, May 7, 2015

7:30 PM

Digital Garage

DG Bldg., 3-5-7 Ebisu Minami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

33 going / 7 spots available / RSVPs closed: May 06, 7:30 PM

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This is another Golden-Week special event where we discuss the future of bitcoin wallets with 3 panelists, each representing their take on bitcoin wallets.

This is going to be a world class panel discussion event!

Panelists:

Adam Traidman, Co-Founder/CEO, breadwallet

Breadwallet is the first decentralized wallet for iOS. They are in town from California to explore expansion opportunities in Asia and beyond.

http://breadwallet.com

Jonathan Waller, VP Engineering, LUXSTACK KK, Tokyo

LUXSTACK for Bitcoin is the first SPV/HD wallet mobile platform with in-app forex trading, real-time notifications, native smartwatch apps and web extensions for your browser. It's a better way to live cashless.

https://luxstack.com

https://luxstack.com/jp

Ben Smith, Lead developer, Ninki Wallet

Ninki Wallet is a new standard in Bitcoin wallet technology. Ninki is a social multisig wallet available on iOS, Android and in the browser through a Chrome app.

https://ninkip2p.com/

Moderator: Jonathan Kinoshita Underwood, Advisor to Bitbank

Discussion Items:

• Security

• Usability

• Business Model

We will provide snacks and drinks, and so charge 2,000 yen per person.  Please RSVP since we have limited seats.

Date/Time/Location: 

Thursday, 7:30pm     

http://www.garage.co.jp/en/access/

Title:

Future of Bitcoin Wallets

Note: The space is provided with courtesy of Digital Garage. Special Thanks to Dave Smith, Principal, Digital Garage Incubation. He will have some announcement at the beginning of the event.

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May 07, 2015, 05:45:16 AM
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皆様:本日のイベントはデジタルガレージのオープンネットワークスペース(DGビルの2階にあるアクセラレータースペース)にて行われます!1階にあるファミリーマートの左側のエスカレーターを使って2階に上がって、右奥のOpen Network Spaceのドアまで来て下さい(「はしり」という2階のお寿司屋さんの右側です)。少し分かりにくいですので、見つからない場合はご遠慮なく宍戸さんまたは私(080-3721-3736)までご連絡下さい!

https://onlab.jp/company/access/

Hi Everyone! Just FYI, the event will be held at the Open Network Space on the 2nd floor of the Digital Garage building. Please come up the escalator on the left side of the Family Mart, then head to the Open Network Space door in the far right corner (on the right side of the sushi restaurant). It can be a bit difficult to find the space, so if you have any trouble please call Ken or me (080-3721-3736). Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

https://onlab.jp/en/company/access/

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May 08, 2015, 12:26:45 AM
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ビットコインは、(無ハイテク説明で)東京ガールズを印加します  Cool

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May 08, 2015, 12:40:27 AM
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Vitalik meets Bitcoin Tokyo Meetup Group (4/30/15)

Filmed at Bitcoin Tokyo Meetup at The Pink Cow Restaurant in Roppongi, Tokyo on April 30th, 2015.

Vitalik Buterin, Creator/Chief Scientist, Ethereum Project
https://www.ethereum.org/

Hosted by
Roger Ver, Bitcoin Angel Investor
Jonathan Hope, Bitcoin Developer

The Pink Cow
http://www.thepinkcow.com/index.php?language=en

Bitcoin Tokyo Meetup
http://www.meetup.com/Tokyo-Bitcoin-Meetup-Group/

Produced by Ken Shishido of Tokyo Bitcoin News
twitter: kenshishido

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May 08, 2015, 10:26:05 AM
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"Future of Bitcoin Wallets" Panel Discussion on youtube now!

日本デジタルマネー協会公式チャンネル

Very special panel by breadwallet, LUXSTACK and Ninki Wallet moderated by 木下ジョナさん

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHgxy5ycPKg

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May 09, 2015, 09:27:40 AM
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Next Bitcoin Meetup in Osaka: Getting discounts by paying with Bitcoins

Saturday, May 16, 2015 | 8:00 PM | @Moonshine Umeda | 北区曽根崎新地1-9-12大雅ビル2F, Osaka

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How to find the place: Take south central exit. Pass maru bldg. Near Captain Kangeroo

A penny saved is a penny earned.
Would you like to try out paying with bitcoin to get discounts?
How much is the right percentage is still an open question in the bitcoin community...

Brian runs Moonshine and is a bitcoin enthusiast.
The regular event moved over to his smaller bar.

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May 13, 2015, 03:05:08 AM
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Space station Cheesy, in Amemura, is temporarily closed Shocked after a car rammed the entrance Undecided. One bicyclist died and another was injured. Cry

Kansai bitcoiners Grin has held events at Space station in the past and Matt knows how to accept bitcoin.
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May 13, 2015, 05:02:02 AM
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本当に? that sounds horrible! poor driving skills? or how comes? Huh





yeah spacestation is one of the coolest bars in osaka to go drink beer play some retrogames or try the oculus aaaand... pay with bitcoin. Smiley

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Space Station is a place where you can enjoy old and new video games while drinking in a bar setting. While the majority of video game bars in Japan have some kind of seating charge, Space Station is very proud to allow free entry. Customers pay only for the drinks. Space Station has the following game machines: Atari 2600, Famicom, N.E.S., Genesis, Super Famicom, Super Nintendo, Dreamcast, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Wii, and Wii U. We also provide the Oculus Rift for customers to experience. Close to JR Namba station, as well as Namba subway station.

*Maps in Facebook appears to be broken. The bar's address is: Nishishinsaibashi, 2 Chome-13-3, Chuo-ku, Osaka 542-0086

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May 13, 2015, 02:17:05 PM
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@moderator

thanks for continued deletion of my posts. you are the best.  Huh

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May 13, 2015, 11:39:38 PM
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Tokyo bans drones in parks

Tokyo has banned drones in municipal parks after one was discovered on the roof of the prime minister's residence, according to reports.

Japanese media outlets have reported that the devices are no longer allowed in any of the 81 public parks in Japan's capital city.

According to the reports, offenders could be fined £265.

The move comes after a drone carrying radioactive material landed on the roof of the prime ministerial residence.

A man was arrested over the incident in late April after handing himself in, Tokyo police said. Yasuo Yamamoto, 40, was protesting over the Japanese government's nuclear energy policy.

According to The Japan News, Tokyo's metropolitan government said the drones posed a danger to children.

The site reports that officials said they had no intention of imposing the penalty, but that they asked people to comply.

http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-32730212

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