Japan’s largest e-commerce platform has announced its official crypto exchange. With 3 coin listings, users can now include cryptocurrency trading amongst the diversity of solutions Rakuten offers to its customers worldwide.
In an official press release, the Japanese corporation announced the launch of Rakuten Wallet – the official crypto asset exchange operator, a subsidiary of Rakuten Group.
Rakuten Wallet separates deposits by customers (customer assets) from the company’s funds and manages the assets in the so-called “trust maintenance accounts” to ensure secure crypto asset transaction services.
Existing Rakuten Bank customers can open up a Wallet by providing the required information in an online application form.
Japan’s cryptocurrency ecosystem is on the verge of a breakthrough.
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