Bitbank and BitFlyer CEOs left their vice-president positions at the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA) after their exchanges received regulatory warnings from the country’s Financial Services Agency (FSA).
About a week after Japan’s FSA, issued business improvement orders to six Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges, two of the vice presidents of the country’s JVCEA abandoned their positions. Yuzo Kano, CEO at BitFlyer, and Hiroyuki Noriuki, CEO at Bitbank Corporation were the ones who handed in their letters of resignation.
Both BitFlyer and Bitbank were among the cryptocurrency exchanges included in the FSA’s business improvement orders. Speaking on the matter, JVCEA said:
In response to the fact that vice chairmen of the association, Yuzo Kano and Hiroyuki Noriyuki, representative directors of Bitflyer Co. Ltd. and Bitbank Corporation, received business improvement orders concerning their virtual currency exchange businesses, we inform you that we have received resignation requests from both of the vice presidents on this date and have accepted them.
Lack of Explanation
Neither Kano nor Hirosue gave any explanations as to why they left their positions at JVCEA. BitFlyer, which is currently the country’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, suspended new account …
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