• Binance Japan, a subsidiary of crypto exchange Binance, has begun accepting new users in Japan on its recently released platform.
• There are currently 34 tokens accessible for spot trading on Binance Japan.
• Recently, Binance has been granted a license to provide virtual asset exchange services by the Virtual Assets Regulatory Authority in Dubai.
Binance Japan Begins Accepting New Users
Binance Japan, a subsidiary of crypto exchange Binance, will soon begin accepting new users on its recently released platform in Japan. Two years ago, authorities issued a warning to the exchange for operating illegally in the country. A variety of products and services, including spot trading and Earn products, are now available to new users in Japan. There are currently 34 tokens accessible for spot trading on Binance Japan, with BNB being one of them.
After 2023-08-14, a distinct notice will be given to commence the migration process for existing users in Japan who are enrolled with the exchange’s global platform. In November of last year, Binance purchased Sakura Exchange BitCoin (SEBC), a regulated cryptocurrency exchange. Two major cryptocurrency exchanges, Coinbase (COIN) and Kraken have suspended operations in the country due to “market conditions” in recent months. At the WebX conference held in Tokyo last week, Japanese authorities hinted at the impending implementation of additional Web3-related rules. The exchange believes that providing Japan with regulated exchange services will help the country’s digital asset industry grow and create a sustainable Web3 ecosystem.
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