ICO IN JAPAN

Marketing in Japan

Opening a Business Bank Account In Japan is Easier Than You Think

Everyone knows that a bank is the place where money is saved for future purposes. It is a financial institution that accepts money for people for the purpose of lending and investment and also withdrawal which can be done by cash, check, or a draft. Banks can be used by individuals, a group of people, or businesses. Banks in all countries in the world operate business bank accounts, but we will be focusing on business bank accounts within Japan. Individuals who wish to start a business in Japan often wonder if they should use their personal bank accounts for their businesses or not. The advisable thing is to open a…

ICO IN JAPAN

5 STEPS TO LAUNCHING A SUCCESSFUL ICO IN JAPAN

ICO is an acronym for Initial Coin Offering. It is an unregulated way by which funds are raised for a new cryptocurrency venture. It is usually used by businesses that are still in the infancy stages to bypass the regulated and challenging process which are mandated by banks and/or venture capitalists. Investors pre-allocate some quantity of cryptocurrency in the form of tokens in exchange for other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Bitcoin. If the ICO’s funding goal is met and the project becomes launched successfully, the tokens then become the functional units of cryptocurrency. This means that a function of ICO is to enable a cryptocurrency launch through procuring funds for…

ICO IN JAPAN

What Your Startup Needs to Know About Launching An ICO In Japan

Now that Japan is planning to release guidelines that are favorable to the cryptocurrency business, it is an opportunity to launch an ICO over there. ICO, called Initial Coin Offering, is a way by which new projects sell their crypto tokens against cryptocurrencies like the Ethereum and Bitcoin. An ICO is like a crowd funding platform, whereby a company offers something in exchange for a sum of money which is then used for different investments. However, in this case, what is being offered in exchange by the company is a virtual currency. If your startup wants to launch an ICO in Japan, there are some things you need to know….