Finalto has announced the addition of cryptocurrencies denominated in Japanese Yen to its offering today.

Having entered the Asian market in 2019, Finalto has continually expanded its offering in a highly active local market.

The cryptocurrencies Finalto have added are:

Symbol Currency Description
XLMJPY JPY Stellar / JPY
LTCJPY JPY Litecoin / JPY
BCHJPY JPY Bitcoin Cash / JPY
DOTJPY JPY Polkadot / JPY
DOGJPY JPY Dogecoin / JPY
XRPJPY JPY Ripple / JPY
ADAJPY JPY Cardano / JPY
BNBJPY JPY BNB / JPY
ETHJPY JPY Ethereum / JPY


Finalto’s Chief Markets Analyst, Neil Wilson, said about the latest offering expansion:

“Crypto markets have been extremely volatile in 2022 and have been caught up in the broader market selloff in riskier assets. Japan’s been a central player in the development of cryptocurrencies and has traditionally been the number two country behind the US for Bitcoin trading volumes.”

On the recent introduction of the new regulations in Japan, Wilson explained:

“Japan has been at the forefront of crypto regulation, too. The country passed the Payment Services Act in April 2017, which recognised Bitcoin as currency. It also moved to become the first government to issue crypto exchanges with formal licences. And this year it passed a law that defined stablecoins as digital currencies, imposing a mandatory link with the yen and ensuring the right to redeem them at face value.”

Finalto has announced the addition of cryptocurrencies denominated in Japanese Yen to its offering today.

Having entered the Asian market in 2019, Finalto has continually expanded its offering in a highly active local market.

The cryptocurrencies Finalto have added are:

Symbol Currency Description
XLMJPY JPY Stellar / JPY
LTCJPY JPY Litecoin / JPY
BCHJPY JPY Bitcoin Cash / JPY
DOTJPY JPY Polkadot / JPY
DOGJPY JPY Dogecoin / JPY
XRPJPY JPY Ripple / JPY
ADAJPY JPY Cardano / JPY
BNBJPY JPY BNB / JPY
ETHJPY JPY Ethereum / JPY


Finalto’s Chief Markets Analyst, Neil Wilson, said about the latest offering expansion:

“Crypto markets have been extremely volatile in 2022 and have been caught up in the broader market selloff in riskier assets. Japan’s been a central player in the development of cryptocurrencies and has traditionally been the number two country behind the US for Bitcoin trading volumes.”

On the recent introduction of the new regulations in Japan, Wilson explained:

“Japan has been at the forefront of crypto regulation, too. The country passed the Payment Services Act in April 2017, which recognised Bitcoin as currency. It also moved to become the first government to issue crypto exchanges with formal licences. And this year it passed a law that defined stablecoins as digital currencies, imposing a mandatory link with the yen and ensuring the right to redeem them at face value.”