Japanese Bitcoin Exchanges Planning Several Trading Restrictions: Report

The association of 16 government-approved bitcoin exchanges is reportedly working on imposing a number of trading restrictions. Jiji Press reported that there is a plan to impose trading limits for all users and additional restrictions for minors and the elderly. This follows recent reports of the association introducing margin trading limits as part of its self-regulatory rules. Also read: Yahoo! Japan

Gibraltar Stock Exchange’s Crypto Platform Opens to Public With 6 Cryptocurrencies

The crypto exchange platform subsidiary of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange is now open to the public with six cryptocurrencies. Users can fund their accounts in USD. Meanwhile, its token sale platform, GBX Grid, has already completed its first token sale with three new projects planned. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space GBX Digital Asset Exchange Launched The

China Releases Ranking of 31 Crypto Projects

China’s Center for Information Industry Development has released its third ranking of crypto projects. Out of 31 projects, EOS remains at the top of the list while both Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash have improved slightly from the previous month. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Third Ranking The Center for Information Industry Development (CCID), under China’s Ministry

Index ETF Tracking 10 Cryptocurrencies Filed With SEC

Bitwise Asset Management has announced its plan to launch “the first publicly-offered cryptocurrency index exchange-traded fund (ETF).” A registration statement has been filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The fund will track the returns of the company’s Hold 10 Index which aims to capture 80% of the total market capitalization of the cryptocurrency market. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms

Indian Crypto Regulation Ready by September: Official

The Indian government is expected to issue detailed cryptocurrency guidelines by September, a senior official from the country’s Ministry of Finance reportedly said. Consultations with all stakeholders including the central bank have already begun. This announcement is independent of the supreme court’s hearing of petitions relating to crypto regulation in India. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space

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