Japan’s financial regulator has released Q4 2018 data on the number of enquiries about cryptocurrencies, showing further declines. The Financial Services Agency’s (FSA) report was published today, Feb. 8.
The FSA, which is responsible for overseeing the country’s crypto ecosystem, published the latest data on enquiries from September to the end of December 2018. The Japanese watchdog received 788 enquiries regarding virtual currencies, which is a little more than half as many as the 1,231 enquiries in Q3 2018.
Since the beginning of the 2018, the number of enquiries has declined by almost five times from the 3,559 requests registered by the FSA during the first three months of the 2018.