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Tokyo Guide: Crypto City

This Crypto City guide examines Tokyos crypto culture. We also look at the people and projects that make up the financial infrastructure. You can learn more about where crypto is accepted by retailers and how to get education in the blockchain.

The quick facts

Japan’s largest city is actually a combination of 23 wards. It is known for its unique cafes and famous nightlife. This makes it a very popular destination for tourists. Tourists from all around the globe often find it surprising that Tokyo has a massive, but almost on-time transit system that allows them to travel from Narita Airport up to Kagoshima in a matter of days.

Crypto culture

Tokyo street at night (Pexels.com).

Companies and projects

Famous bullet trains, www.Pexels.com

Financial infrastructure

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Tokyo Skytree and Sumida Ward (Pexels.com).

Education

Controversies and collapsies

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.