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Coincheck resumes yen withdrawals after cryptocurrency theft

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Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said at a Diet committee on Tuesday that virtual currency "does not have assets to back it up and has become a target for speculation."

Ye think so Sherlock?

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Interesting that it's a first come first serve basis, shouldn't it be automatic transfers set up once someone requests it? Well, I don't know so much about these things...

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One must always remember that asking bankers and Wall Street types what they think of Bitcoin is like asking a taxi company what they think of Uber. They are talking about competition that can make them obsolete. Don't expect an informed and unbiased opinion from these people.

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I am very relieved to hear that. My speculation in cryptocurrency can continue.

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