Luxembourg has opened the world’s biggest Bitcoin exchange on Tuesday.
Japanese startup bitFlyer has been granted a Payment Institution (PI) license to operate in the European Union. In 2017 the company facilitated about a quarter of global Bitcoin transactions, which accounts for €204bn in current value.
BitFlyer's initial product offering is the BTC/EUR pair. The company aspires to move on to other virtual currency products, such as Litecoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic and Bitcoin Cash.

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