Posted September 08, 2018 03:23:13 The Japanese market is big enough to make this article worthwhile.
The market has a very wide range of price ranges and there is no shortage of sellers, buyers, and traders.
The Japanese currency, the yen, has a relatively strong exchange rate and has been on a fairly strong upward trend for the past year or so.
As bitcoin has gained in popularity, the value of the Japanese yen has increased dramatically.
As of late September, bitcoin was trading at around $US150 per bitcoin and the Japanese central bank has been pushing for the currency to be more stable.
While there is some debate as to how the yen will be stable, the Japanese have been pretty consistent in their support of bitcoin.
If bitcoin continues to gain in popularity and the yen stabilizes, this could have a big impact on the Japanese economy.
Japan is also known for being a hub for digital currency exchanges.
The Tokyo-based BitFlyer and Japan’s largest bitcoin exchange Mt.
Gox have both been hacked recently, with the latter having around 10 million users.
While it’s hard to predict the exact extent of the damage caused by these hacks, there is a strong possibility that a significant amount of bitcoin may have been stolen in these incidents.
If the Japanese currency continues to lose its value, that could have implications on Japanese businesses, as well as the wider economy.
The value of bitcoin in Japan has risen to around $4,000 per coin, compared to around one dollar in the United States.
That may seem like a lot, but bitcoin is a very volatile asset and the country has seen some pretty big crashes in recent times.
This article was originally published in Japanese and has English translations available at Crypto CoinsNews.co.jp.
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