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Japan Approves Web3 White Paper to Promote Industry Growth in the Country

Japan is forging ahead with a bid to create a friendlier for crypto after firms began leaving for other jurisdictions due to heavy tax burdens. The Web3 project team of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party has published a white paper laying out recommendations for growing the country's industry, which has become part of national strategy under Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's administration. 🇯🇵🚀

The white paper notes that Japan should demonstrate leadership at the Group of Seven (G7) this year, where crypto will be discussed. It proposes the country should look ahead to the potential of Web3 and clarify its leading position on technology-neutral and responsible . It also proposes further changes to tax , noting that one significant exemption for issuers has already been approved. 💰💸

What is Web3 and why is it important for Japan? Web3 is a term that refers to the next generation of the , where applications are decentralized, transparent and user-centric. Web3 enables to own and control their own , identity and , and interact with each other in networks. Web3 also encompasses emerging technologies such as , non-fungible (NFTs) and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs). 🌐🔥

Japan has been a pioneer in , being the first country to recognize as tender in 2017. However, the country has also faced challenges in attracting and retaining crypto businesses due to high and strict compliance requirements. The Web3 project team aims to address these issues and create a more favorable environment for and in Japan. The team hopes to make Japan a global leader in Web3 and contribute to the country's economic growth and social welfare. 🙌👏

If you are interested in learning more about Japan's Web3 vision and initiatives, you can read the full article here. You can also check out other articles.

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Emily Lee

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