Ripple Largest Shareholder Crypto XRP FUND & Silent Partner, Mr. Kitao Rejects DAITO Bank Directors

SBI announces plans to launch Japan’s first crypto asset fund
Yoshitaka Kitao, President and CEO of SBI Holdings Co., Ltd., plans to launch the first crypto asset fund in Japan at the company’s management status report meeting held on June 26.Revealed..

According to the presentation material (P.114) of the recent business briefing session, this crypto asset fund will sell to individual investors through SBI Securities and SBI Money Plaza. The fund is also expected to start recruiting around the summer of 2020 in the form of an anonymous union. In addition, the anonymous association (TK) is a contract form in which the investor makes an investment in the business operator and distributes the profit generated by the business operator to the business operator

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  1. That a girl, way to throw those facts out and put period in their place! Lol. Great Video, thank you!

  2. Erie lol what if the silent partner was Amazon…Jeff Bezos did tell his shareholders hold on tight as he would be investing in something big coming up!!!

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  4. Wait til Star link goes live with space AI WiFi and AI encryption comes with Elons E wallet amazing phone that does amazing things. Swift will go belly up and XRP AND BC Fall in as a global currency. 7 billion and more will enter commerce instead of 1/4 of that. All five troubled fiat currencies will stop printing like dominos. Wait for it.

  5. Here it is the Monday video I will cherish these videos and watch them in my palace to reminisce on the break down on this new asset class we patiently waited on all love Eri

  6. I don’t think Kitao is arrogant, I think he thrives alongside Western business executives, who lack the ambiguity of their Eastern counterparts. This ability to speak his mind and press ahead is why he can command such high positions in Japanese finance, he doesn’t mince his words in the same way his colleagues might. That’s a Western trait which appears arrogant but is a cultural norm he understands.

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