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Japan is Ready to Launch Crypto BTM after Four Years

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Crypto BTM in Japan

Crypto ATMs, or BTMs as they are popularly known, are once more accessible in Japan after a lengthy four-year sabbatical. A local cryptocurrency trading business, Gaia Co., Ltd., said on Tuesday that it will soon launch BTMs that support Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Ether (ETH), and Bitcoin (BCH). Local exchange Coincheck suffered a $530 million attack during the cryptocurrency winter of 2018, crippling the local economy and decreasing demand for cryptocurrency ATMs. This is cited as the primary cause of the nation’s lack of digital assets, despite the fact that Bitcoin ATMs first gained popularity in Tokyo in 2014.

BTM in Japan
BTM in Japan

A regional cryptocurrency startup has never previously built a Bitcoin ATM in Japan, according to an article posted on Wednesday by local news media source Mainichi Shimbun. To get a special card to use at the BTMs, users must sign up with the business. Once authorized, customers may transmit cryptocurrency assets via their cellphones to the BTM, where they can subsequently utilize them to make a withdrawal in yen. The BTMs would expedite the nation’s current withdrawal procedure, which usually takes a few days to transfer cash from an exchange to a regional bank account, according to the Japanese-language journal.

Faith regained in the market

Although the corporation has declared ambitions to build 50 BTMs around the country during the following year, the BTMs will be placed in various areas throughout Tokyo and Osaka. The business stated that it aimed to increase the extensive network to 130 BTMs during the following three years. With a single-transaction limit of $747, or 100,000 Japanese yen, the daily withdrawal limit from BTMs is now set at $2,243, or 300,000 Japanese yen. A part of compliance procedures against anti-money laundering is limited withdrawals (AML). Following the Coincheck breach and the $500 million Mt. Gox cryptocurrency exchange hack in 2014, the government made the decision to adopt a hands-off approach and entrust the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association with monitoring (JVCEA). But it appears that this year, the government is once again interested in promoting market expansion.

Ujan Chakraborty
Ujan Chakraborty
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