The financial service provider Huobi Group announced the restart of its Japanese unit as a fully regulated cryptocurrency exchange. Users trading bitcoin and other assets.
— Huobi Japan (@HuobiJapan) January 18, 2019
The restart took place with the participation of the exchange BitTrade, which previously closed its trading platform, announced the restart in the composition Huobi Group. A new exchange was licensed by the financial services Agency of Japan (FSA) and operates so fully in the legal field.
“This important achievement. First, it is very important for us the Japanese market, and secondly, cooperation with regulators has long been a priority for Huobi Group. We are proud to Huobi Group now has one of the first 17 licenses issued by the FSA [cryptocurrency exchange]”, said founder and Group CEO of Huobi Leon Li.
Currently the exchange supports trading bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), XRP and Monacoin (MONA).
We will remind, last week the financial services Agency of Japan (FSA) confirmed the results of the exchange Coincheck license to resume. It happened a year after the exchange has been broken into, which was stolen more than half a billion dollars.