Japan Cryptocurrency Practitioners Association (JCPA) organised its event in September 12, according to the announcement.
The symposium event was titled as Building Cryptocurrency Infrastructure for Future Expansion after Bitcoin Bubble.
Mori Hamada & Matsumoto’s Lawyer and Special Counsel Shuya Nomura made a keynote speech on Cryptocurrency Regulation and Issues.
QRC Group CEO Adam Vaziri talked on the cryptocurrency’s current legal and tax regulation in UK.
The Japanese cloud accounting software developer freee’s CEO Daisuke Sasaki spoke on the future innovation in accounting business, along with keywords including Big-Data and Small Business.
The number of attendees was about 150.
The next JCPA’s Tokyo event will be held in November 19.
By Genta Nakanishi