Nearly one year after a $0.5 billion hacking incident, Coincheck has been handed a cryptocurrency exchange license. In a statement, the exchange’s operator indicated that beginning January 11, 2019, it is now registered as a cryptocurrency exchange agency with the Kanto Financial Bureau, the overseeing regulator. This is the first time Coincheck will be operating

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