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  • January 30, 2018
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NHK gave top play to reports that on Monday the Financial Services Agency ordered Coincheck, a Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange, to improve its business operations after 58 billion yen worth of NEM virtual money was stolen by hackers. Commercial networks led with reports that snowfall is forecast for the Kanto region from Thursday to Friday of this week.

 

Major front-page stories in national dailies included updates on the theft of cryptocurrency on Coincheck, Prime Minister Abe’s apology at the Diet yesterday over a senior GOJ official’s heckling about U.S. military helicopter incidents, a plan by the Japan Meteorological Agency to step up monitoring of volcanic activity nationwide, and a GOJ idea to tap “inactive savings” at commercial banks for use by NPOs to serve public interests.

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