The largest Japanese cryptocurrency exchange bitFlyer warned its users about possible accounts ban, caught in market manipulation. This is reported by Bitcoin.com.
Meanwhile, the registration of new accounts on bitFlyer is still suspended at the request of the local financial regulator. The latter insists on the implementation of 10 measures aimed at "a cardinal increase in the efficiency of business operations and management systems."
However, against the background of some problems with bitFlyer, the first serious success was reported by another Japanese exchange - GMO Coin. According to its representatives, the company managed to receive operating profit of 1,612 million yen (approximately $ 14.5 million) in the second quarter. At the same time, in the first quarter of this year, crypto-exchange has registered a certain loss, which in GMO Coin is associated with a decline in activity due to a significant decline in the prices of digital assets.
As for the Coincheck, which soon after the hack was taken over by the online broker Monex, its full-fledged restart is planned for August.