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IBM brings ‘utility-scale’ quantum computing to Japan as China and Europe struggle to compete

IBM announced the completed installation of a 127-qubit quantum computing system at the University of Tokyo on Nov. 27. According to the company, this marks the arrival of the first “utility-scale” quantum system in the region.[Article] The University of Tokyo Completes Installation of 127-Qubit IBM Quantum Eagle Processorhttps://t.co/TrFAnEQ3wq— UTokyo |

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Osaka Digital Exchange (ODX) to Start Trading of Digital Security Tokens in Japan

ODX said the token issuance will take place on Progmat, a robust software platform dedicated to the issuance and management of digital assets.  Osaka Digital Exchange (ODX) is set to transform the Japanese financial landscape with the launch of the country’s first-ever securities trading platform. The announcement, made on November 20,

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SBI and SMFG’s Osaka Digital Exchange to Start Japan Digital Securities Trading

Around 3 billion yen ($20 million) worth of tokenized securities will be issued by real estate firm Ichigo Owners, according to an SBI Holdings press release. The Ichigo Residence Token will be invested "in six highly convenient rental residential properties with excellent access to the city center, and is expected

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Singapore, UK, Swiss, and Japan Regulators Collaborate on Asset Tokenization Pilots

The countries created a policymaking group to further the asset tokenization tests and help with navigating legal and compliance concerns. Government agencies in multiple countries are collaborating on asset tokenization tests with real-world assets. In a Monday announcement from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), regulators in Japan, Switzerland, Singapore, and

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Singapore plans joint crypto pilots with Japan, Switzerland and UK

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the country’s central bank and financial regulator, is planning to start crypto-related cooperation with some European countries and Japan.The MAS officially announced on Oct. 30 that it is partnering with the Financial Services Agency of Japan (FSA), the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA)

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Singapore, Japan, UK, Swiss Regulators Partner to Advance Asset Tokenization Pilots

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has set up Project Guardian, a policymaker group that includes Japan's Financial Services Agency (FSA), the U.K's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) to advance cross-border collaboration in asset tokenization. Source

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