US-based cryptocurrency exchange Kraken will reportedly shutter its trading services in Japan due to rising business costs. Referencing an emailed statement from Kraken, Bloomberg is reporting that the San Francisco-based exchange operator is closing ‘all of its services’ in Japan with a tentative planned exit in June 2018. However, the exchange did leave the door
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