Trailblazing Nagoya restaurant that accepts XEM cryptocurrency moves to Tokyo

Trailblazing Nagoya restaurant that accepts XEM cryptocurrency moves to Tokyo

Last fall, after operating the restaurant for eight years, Sato decided to move to Tokyo. He raised ¥8 million by issuing his own new virtual currency, and relocated to Akasaka in November. In January, hackers infiltrated Coincheck, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan, resulting in the loss …
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Gig economy? Pizza Express dishes up live music to beat restaurant blues

Acoustic live music nights, which Pizza Express currently operates in just over 20 restaurants, are also being expanded. Live music is a part of Pizza Express’s history. Its founder, Peter Boizot, was a jazz lover hosting music from the 1970s at his former venue Pizza on the Park near Hyde Park in London …
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