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Many Japanese may be skeptical about the encrypted currency bitcoin due to last year’s Mt. Gox fiasco, but a Singapore-based venture sees a big opportunity in fostering a bitcoin market in Japan.

“When we thought about it, Japan is the third-biggest economy in the world, huge economy, huge market . . . nobody was really tapping that market from a bitcoin perspective” after the fall of Tokyo-based Mt. Gox, Mario Gomez Lozada, CEO of Quoine Pte Ltd., said during a recent interview in Tokyo.

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