Japan’s Fisco launches its cryptocurrency exchange

Japan’s Fisco launches its cryptocurrency exchange

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The Japanese provider of real-time financial information for corporate and individual investors, FISCO (TYO:3807) announced it has launched its Fisco cryptocurrency exchange.

The plans for the new cryptocurrency exchange were announced this March. Back then Fisco said it is also planning the development and management of financial derivative instruments and providing of B2B and B2C services, such as bond issue and crowdfunding, utilizing cryptocurrencies.

The new cryptocurrency exchange takes only five minutes from registration to trading. Currently it offers trading in Bitcoin and Monacoin and charges no commission. Registration is also free.

The trading system is powered by the fintech company Tech Bureau, which recently teamed up with the forex broker Money Partners Group to fuel its expansion.

Tech Bureau also operates one of the largest Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges – Zaif. Liquidity is provided by the liquidity providers of Zaif.

Recently Zaif added the cryptocurrency XEM to its trading platform.

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