Hisashi Oki is a managing editor at Cointelegraph Japan. Previously, he worked for TV Tokyo in New York, covering Wall Street and the US presidential election in 2016. He studied political philosophy in the UK and economics and philosophy in the Netherlands both at graduate levels. He sees crypto currency’s potential in delivering “financial sovereignty.”
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A new partnership between BitFlyer and Brave enables Japanese users to earn BAT by watching ads on the Brave browser.
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U.S. online brokerage TradeStation will soon launch its own cryptocurrency lending service.
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Japan may need to rely on the United States to have some influence over the development of digital currencies.
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