bitFlyer is ready to introduce new services to its customers in the European Union (EU) with product improvement designed to make trading even better and faster.
bitFlyer has regained some respect in Japan, and will now work on a blockchain app for rental properties.
Bitflyer has spent a year clearing its name from accusations of bad money laundering practices, but it’s now ready to re-open.
bitFlyer, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan, is set to implement some changes in its margin trading platform effective May 28.
A brand-new study into consumer confidence in cryptocurrencies has been released today, revealing two-thirds of Europeans have faith the digital assets will still exist in 10 years’ time.
In June, the FSA issued business improvement orders to BITPoint Japan, Bitbank, Bitflyer, BtcBox, Tech Bureau and Quoine. These six companies have confirmed that they have submitted a written improvement plan to the agency last July 23.
BitFlyer CEO Yuzo Kano and Bit Bank CEO Noriyuki Hirosue tendered their resignations after both exchanges received the orders.
The crypto data feed, to be known as ‘Cryptocurrency Real Time Rates,’ draws price information from a basket of leading cryptocurrency exchanges including BITpoint and bitFlyer.
BitFlyer has denied reports it has been making it easy for customers to start trading after submitting copies of their identity cards.