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  1. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Thanks for the feedback! We've started a new thread. https://www.dash.org/forum/threads/listing-dash-in-japan-updates-activities.51569/
  2. Samurai33

    Listing Dash in Japan - Updates & Activities

    Thank you for supporting Dash Japan's proposal. https://www.dashcentral.org/p/listing-dash-in-japan https://app.dashnexus.org/proposals/listing-dash-in-japan/overview We are pleased to announce that the legal memorandum on Dash by Anderson Mori & Tomotsune (AMT) is finally complete. Thank you...
  3. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Hello Dash Community! Thank you for your patience. We are pleased to announce that the legal memorandum on Dash by Anderson Mori & Tomotsune (AMT) is finally complete. For more information, please click here. https://app.dashnexus.org/proposals/listing-dash-in-japan/updates
  4. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Five coins (XLM, QTUM, BAT, HT, OMG) have been listed since JVCEA was established. All four except XLM were listed this year. It's a good trend that more coins are being listed. Until the memorandum is completed to clear up any misconceptions, I think it will be difficult for Dash to be listed.
  5. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Hello, Dash Community! Thank you for supporting Dash Japan's proposal. I have just posted the activity report for June-July 2020 on DashNexus. https://app.dashnexus.org/proposals/listing-dash-in-japan/updates
  6. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    @DeepBlue I apologize for the very late reply to you. I agree with your opinion. I will share your very logical opinion with the people involved. I thank you very much.
  7. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    The Financial Services Agency (JFSA) has published the results of "Research on privacy and traceability of emerging blockchain based financial transactions (20th March, 2019)" last Friday. https://www.fsa.go.jp/policy/bgin/ResearchPaper_MRI_en.pdf This is cooperative research by the JFSA and...
  8. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    ''Japan’s Cryptocurrency Regulation Updates: What You Need to Know (May 28, 2020)'' by Jesse Spiro and Hayato Shigekawa https://blog.chainalysis.com/reports/japan-cryptocurrency-regulation-updates-2020
  9. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    ''Digital Assets in Japan'' (March 2020) by SO & SATO Law offices Crypto assets, crypto derivatives, primary markets, secondary markets and key market infrastructure under the new crypto asset regulations entering into force on May 1, 2020...
  10. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Xangle Research Crypto Asset Market: Japan in 2019-2020 https://s3.ap-northeast-2.amazonaws.com/upload.xangle.io/files/weekly+just+the+facts/200511/200511_Xangle_EN_C.pdf
  11. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    The News Letter by Anderson Mori & Tomotsune (AMT) ''Amendments to Government Orders on Crypto Assets, Digital Securities, etc. ''(May 2020) https://www.amt-law.com/asset/pdf/bulletins2_pdf/200507.pdf
  12. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Thank you for contacting us! You need a Japanese license to provide services to residents of Japan. If you do not serve Japanese residents, adding a DASH/JPY trading pair is probably not illegal. I recommend consulting with your lawyer.
  13. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Hello, Dash Community! Thank you for supporting Dash Japan's proposal. I have just posted the activity report for May 2020 on DashNexus. https://app.dashnexus.org/proposals/listing-dash-in-japan/updates
  14. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Thank you!
  15. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Hello, Dash Community! Thank you for supporting Dash Japan's proposal. This month's activity report has been posted on DashNexus. https://app.dashnexus.org/proposals/listing-dash-in-japan/updates
  16. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    With the help of the Dash Core Group, I have submitted our first proposal. This is the first proposal submitted for the Japanese market and Dash Japan. Dash has been delisted from all Japanese exchanges based on the shared misunderstanding by Japanese regulators, their advisors, and several...
  17. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    FSA Proposes Bill to Amend Japanese Laws Regulating Cryptocurrency-Related Businesses Katsuhiko Fujihira and Seth M. Graham 04/09/2019 https://www.mofo.com/resources/publications/190409-japanese-cryptocurrency.html
  18. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Today, Coincheck announced the listing of Stellar Lumens (XLM). It was the first time in 22 months since December 4, 2017 that a new coin was listed on the Japanese exchange. This is the first time since the JVCEA was founded. Coincheck's founder, Mr. Wada, said, “This is because the flow of...
  19. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    The situation in Japan has not changed since the time of posting # 32. I work with the Dash Core Group to help Japanese exchanges list Dash.
  20. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    The Virtual Currency Regulation Review - Edition 2 JAPAN (Published: September 2019) https://thelawreviews.co.uk/edition/the-virtual-currency-regulation-review-edition-2/1197588/japan
  21. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    “CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE REGULATIONS IN JAPAN” written by So & Sato Law Offices in Tokyo, Japan. https://innovationlaw.jp/en/cryptocurrency-exchange-regulations-in-japan%e2%80%a8/
  22. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Japan Blockchain Landscape: April 2019 — #EDCON recap by Yusuke Obinata (Obi) https://medium.com/@obnty/japan-blockchain-landscape-april-2019-edcon-recap-d602ff8a8250
  23. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Here is a detailed report about the Japanese blockchain industry. https://www.eu-japan.eu/sites/default/files/publications/docs/blockchaininjapan-martagonzalez.pdf This report has been made by Marta González for the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, a joint venture between the...
  24. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Please read this thread from the beginning.
  25. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Japanese laws and regulations are not restrictions on cryptocurrencies. It regulates exchanges. The initiative of the examination when exchanges newly listed cryptocurrencies was transferred from the FSA to the JVCEA of the self-regulatory organization. In Japan, there is no law prohibiting...
  26. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    In Japan, the law related to cryptocurrency has been amended. It is detailed in this lawyer's office newsletter (English). https://www.amt-law.com/asset/pdf/bulletins2_pdf/190523.pdf
  27. Samurai33

    Dash Thailand partnering in Japan

    Sounds good! I would be glad if I could meet you in Japan.
  28. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Ecosystem in Japan 2018 https://medium.com/hashhub/cryptocurrency-and-blockchain-ecosystem-in-japan-2018-127532d62f6 “ 5. Cryptocurrencies or tokens that are allowed to be officially traded and sold to the public in Japan are limited (so-called whitelist systems)...
  29. Samurai33

    Please visit DashJapan.com.

    Please visit DashJapan.com.
  30. Samurai33

    Dashとは何ですか

    Dashだけでなく、ビットコインをはじめとする中央管理者のいない暗号通貨はお金であり、決済ネットワークであり、DAOと言うことができます。 Dashは自己資金調達システムと予算編成システムを持つDAOとしては世界初のものですが、単純なDAOとして見た場合、ビットコインが世界初のDAOであるという指摘もあります。 ビットコインDAO CEO・中央管理者:不在 従業員:取引の承認作業をするマイナー 従業員の報酬:新規に発行されるビットコイン (『ブロックチェーンの衝撃』(日経BP社刊)より引用) Dash DAO CEO・中央管理者:不在 従業員:マイナー、マスターノード、予算獲得者...
  31. Samurai33

    Dash now available on Japanese Exchange Coincheck

    Currently, Coincheck does not list Dash. It was during the period from April last year to January this year that Dash was able to buy and sell at Coincheck.
  32. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Japan’s Self-Regulatory Crypto Exchange Body to Release Voluntary Rules, Report Says https://cointelegraph.com/news/japan-s-self-regulatory-crypto-exchange-body-to-release-voluntary-rules-report-says In Japan, Dash is equated with coins running a hidden blockchain like Monero or Zcash. They are...
  33. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Japanese investors can send BTC to foreign exchanges and buy and sell DASH. JFSA does not prohibit Dash. JFSA will not approve that legally registered exchanges will list privacy coins. However, this will make it difficult for criminal investigation and tax investigation, so there is no merit...
  34. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Hacked Crypto Exchange Coincheck Confirms Removal of Four Anonymity-Focused Altcoins https://cointelegraph.com/news/hacked-crypto-exchange-coincheck-confirms-removal-of-four-anonymity-focused-altcoins
  35. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    https://cointelegraph.com/news/japans-financial-watchdog-sets-out-new-requirements-for-crypto-exchanges?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=japans-financial-regulator-sets-new-inv
  36. Samurai33

    Wikipedia日本語版にDashについての新規記事を作成

    読んでくださってありがとうございます。 日本独自に記事を改良していったほうがいいと思いますので、気軽に編集にご参加ください。
  37. Samurai33

    Pre-Proposal - Visual Identity

    Seeing the proposal of a new logo, I feel oldness for the present logo. People in the world will look at the logo of Dash every day from now on. The icon will be put at a conspicuous place on a smart phone and a desktop. I think that a weariless design, familiarity which allures many people...
  38. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    I do not have contact information. Basically only exchanges can talk with personnel in charge of the Financial Services Agency. We can send the document to the person in charge of the Financial Services Agency. I sent an opinion paper in November of last year, but I will send it again.
  39. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    There are no laws in Japan which regulate only highly anonymous cryptocurrencies. The lawyer Satoshi Mihira made the following Tweet. "Legally, a "notification" is all that is needed to add a virtual currency to the list of "traded currencies." The Financial Services Agency does perform an...
  40. Samurai33

    The situation in Japan

    Thank you. I am considering submitting a budget proposal from Japan.