India Brutal Ban Against Bitcoin

The government in India has become very bold about their ban against the use of cryptocurrency, cracking down on private banks. Their bans have included potential legal action against private banks that decide to get involved with crypto-centric companies. In the same effort, private banks are taking a similarly aggressive stance with their customers. One crypto influencer…

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Warren Buffett Takes a Moment to Insult Bitcoin at His Berkshire Hathaway’s Annual Meeting

There is not any doubt in the cryptocurrency industry, regarding the way that Warren Buffett feels about Bitcoin, or “rat poison squared,” as he calls it. After the recent annual meeting of Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett practically doubled down on his statements, saying that the cryptocurrency is “a gambling device,” bringing attention to the many scams in…

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Japanese Regulator FSA Hears Arguments for not Calling Bitcoin a Virtual Currency

Japanese finance regulator the Financial Services Agency (FSA) no longer wishes to describe Bitcoin (BTC) as a virtual currency, Cointelegraph Japan reported on April 8, quoting minutes of a meeting originally held on March 4. During a plenary session at the 41st General Assembly of the Financial Council and the 29th Financial Division Meeting, Professor Iwashita Goto of the Public…

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JAPAN BLOCKCHAIN CONFERENCE

9:00am – 6:00pm 30-31.1.2019 Pacifico Yokohama, Hall B, YOKOHAMA Round 2019 The conference will host top companies and organizations from Japan and abroad which represent the future of the rapidly growing blockchain space. It will be a place for these leaders to share information and show what they have achieved to enlighten others in the…

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Japan Blockchain Conference

Japan Blockchain Conference 2019

ONE OF THE BIGGEST BLOCKCHAIN CONFERENCES IN ASIA January 30-31 Over 100 exhibitors and 15,000 attendees came together in Tokyo for the first Japan Blockchain Conference in June 2018. Following this success, we are proud to present a second opportunity for blockchain and cryptocurrency professionals to reunite, this time in the vibrant Japanese port city…

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