Coinbase enters Japanese market after registering with regulators

25 June, 2021

A subsidiary of US crypto exchange Coinbase has just registered with Japan’s regulators to offer its services in the country, according to a report by IHODL.

As a result, the company is preparing to offer trading of 5 major cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ether. As reported last week by CoinDesk Japan, Coinbase registered with the Financial Services Agency (FSA) last June 18.

Once the platform receives approval from regulators, it will be able to offer Bitcoin, Ether, Stellar, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash trading. However, the exchange plans to expand the list of available assets once the registration process is completed.

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