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Japan Crypto Update #3

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Japan Crypto Update #3
By Dylan Robertson • Issue #3 • View online
Hi Everyone,
Thank you for subscribing to the Japan Crypto Update, your weekly digest on the Japanese blockchain and cryptocurrency scene including bitcoin trends, the latest news, notable events, hot projects, and useful resources.

Bitcoin
Bitcoin prices have fallen over the past week, and people are feeling bearish. On the bright side, several analysts are saying that we have now had a healthy bottom and the market is ripe for a recovery. Others are saying it is too early to call a bottom.
The uncertainty has undoubtedly motivated some traders to sit back and wait while the markets get their bearings.
News
New Media Outlet, Classiarius, Launches
Events
IDACB Asian World Blockchain Roadshow
Projects
Satori Wants to Disrupt Centralized Crypto Exchanges
Resources
CoinView, the All-in-One Crypto App
About Me
Dylan Robertson, Chief Growth Officer at CoinJinja, operator of:
Whether you want to promote an ICO, run a highly-optimized airdrop campaign, or just make the Japanese market aware of your project, we have a fully localized solution for you.
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Disclosure:
I own some Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Mona.
Disclaimer: 
  • All opinions expressed are my own and do not constitute financial advice in any way whatsoever.
  • No data or content published or shared by me should be relied upon for any investment activities.
  • I strongly recommend that you perform your own independent research and speak with a qualified investment professional before making any financial decisions.
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