Japan may be on its way to creating a state-issued digital currency, but local companies in the world’s third-largest economy can still innovate and provide some healthy competition.
Coincheck, the crypto exchange based in the Asian nation, currently handles trading, selling, and buying for eleven cryptocurrencies. They announced on Feb. 25 that they were planning to add another to the mix. The cryptocurrency Qtum (QTUM) will soon be the 12th available for trading on the exchange.
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