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BitFlyer the Japanese Bitcoin exchange enters US market

Japanese Bitcoin exchange, bitFlyer has officially launched in the United States. It includes approval from regulatory of New York’s state department of Financial Services. Since, it has been granted a BitLicense to operate in NY.

Announced on Nov 28, 2017, the approaches follow a closed beta in which 2000 exchanges are working. However, it was noticeably unveils that bitFlyer is establishing office in San Francisco in August. Thus, it had to getting regulatory operating in 34 states, at once.

Considerably, the Japanese largest bitcoin exchange reveals that the regulators have granted a BitLicense in New York. Thus, in 2014 the NYDFS establishes this approach. However, bitFlyer is the 4th company to own the license and the initial exchange from overseas.

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Yuzo Kano, bitFlyer CEO said,

“bitFlyer is proud to have been allow a BitLicense to do business in the state of New York. This is a nod of approval from one of the most influential state financial services regulators in the nation”.

Remarkably, the bitFlyer will initially aims institutional investors. Since, this method is well implements for traders who regularly trade $100000 say bitFlyer.

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Significantly, bitFlyer, the largest bitcoin exchanges has seen institutional backing from Japan’s three megabanks. Initially, it will allow exchange only for Bitcoin trading but going ahead it would add support for other cryptocurrencies too.

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