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Financial Watchdog of Japan Whitelists OMG Network Token

The upswing of the OMG Network token on Japanese crypto exchange GMO Coin demonstrates that the digital asset is ratified by regulators.

Financial Services Agency (FSA),  the surface for overseeing digital assets in Japan, has whitelisted OMG Network’s native token for trading.

The Japanese crypto exchange is proposing trading for the OMG Network token (OMG), according to a proclamation from GMO Coin on July 22. The growth of the coin on the exchange, authorized by the FSA as Japan’s financial watchdog, implies that OMG is the 27th fundamental asset to be upheld in the country. In April, FSA whitelisted the OMG.

OMG Network, recently OmiseGo, is an Ethereum-based platform specializing on appreciating the scalability crisis for the blockchain. Nowadays the native token is valued at $1.73, within 24 hours, amassed 5.5%.

In Japan, Revamped limitations for crypto assets 

cryptocurrency exchanges in the Asian nation retain to kowtow with requirements initially summed up by authorities in 2019. 

All exchanges oversee the users’ money individually from their own cash flows, and manipulate “reliable methods” such as cold wallets to manage users’ money. BitMEX shut down its ways on benefits in Japan.

July 3, Bitcoin world remarked that the Bank of Japan is presently attempting to instruct a digital yen.

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