Electroneum Announces Partnership With Japanese Crypto Platform Quoine


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UK-based cryptocurrency, Electroneum today announced a strategic partnership with Japanese crypto platform, Quoine, the first exchange to achieve full regulatory approval from the Japanese Financial Services Agency (JSFA). Electroneum combines blockchain and cryptocurrency with mobile ubiquity. According to the company’s statement, the Electroneum mobile mining app allows any user with a smartphone, anywhere in the world, to begin earning cryptocurrency at the touch of a button.

According to Electroneum’s statement, Quoine is known as one of the most secure and reputable crypto-focused fintech companies in the world and is one of very few global exchanges to have been accepted by Deloitte and Touche as an auditing client,

Electroneum will initially be listed on Qryptos and will work closely with Quoine to gain regulatory acceptance of Electroneum by the JSFA, said the statement. This will enable Electroneum to fast track acceptance as a payment solution.

“This is a great step for Electroneum,” stated Richard Ells, CEO of Electroneum, “Not only does it allow our users to deposit USD or EUROs to trade ETN, but Quoine sponsoring us through the regulatory process with the Japanese Financial Services Authority will open up exciting new corporate opportunities.”


You can find further details about Electroneum at https://electroneum.com


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