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Winklevoss twins get approval to run their bitcoin exchange

Engadget, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

After several months of waiting, the Winklevoss twins (they who claim to have invented Facebook) have the all-clear to run their Gemini bitcoin exchange. New York state's Department of Financial Services has granted a license to Gemini that lets...

US Marshals To Sell 44,000 BTC At Auction In November

TechCrunch, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

silk-road-seized-3.png The US Marshals Service is selling another chunk of Silk Road bitcoins. The 44,341 BTC, to be sold in blocks of 2,000 bitcoin, will go on sale from 12:00 UTC to 18:00 UTC on November 5, 2016. These are the final bitcoins taken from Ross Ulbricht, alleged mastermind of the Silk Road. The coins are worth about $10.6 million in total. The US Marshals wrote: ”The registration period… Read More

Commonwealth Central Bankers to Discuss Bitcoin's Role in Remittances

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Finance officials from the Commonwealth are set to discuss bitcoin and digital currencies within the context of global remittance flows.

U.S. Govt Schedules Final Bitcoin Auction from Silk Road Case, 44 000 Bitcoins Up for Grabs

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The U.S. government has announced a final auction to sell bitcoins seized during the arrest and subsequent prosecution of Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht. The U.S. Marshals Service are auctioning off the last batch of bitcoins seized from Darknet drug market Silk Road. The Marshalls Service released a statement pointing to the sale of 44,341 bitcoins, a little over USD $10.6 million in today’s exchange rates. “These bitcoins were held in wallet files that resided on certain computer hardware belonging to Ross William Ulbricht, that were seized on or about October 24, 2013,” the notice reads. The press release from […]

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With Winklevoss Bitcoin Exchange, Digital Currency Grows Up

Wired, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

With Winklevoss Bitcoin Exchange, Digital Currency Grows Up

The Winklevoss twins, Mark Zuckerberg's most famous rivals, are really into bitcoin. But instead of moving fast and breaking things, they're taking their time.

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Bitcoin Price Turns On a Dime, Again.

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin price has been churned into a washing machine lately and today was no exception. On the aniversary of the start of history's largest asset price rally on 5 October 2013, the bitcoin chart, once again, looked primed for a sharp decline. However, by 10h00 UTC speculators snatched price from the claw of the Bear and passed it to the rearing bulls. This analysis is provided by xbt.social with a 3 hour delay. Read the full analysis here. Not a member? Join now and receive a $29 discount using the code CCN29. Bitcoin Price Analysis Time of analysis: 15h03 UTC […]

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Buy Bitcoin With Credit Card Worldwide: CEX.IO Bitcoin Exchange Lowers Fees

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Press Release: Bitcoin exchange CEX.IO is pleased to announce lower fees for payment card deposits in USD and EUR to 3.5% + $0.25/€0.20 respectively. Anyone can easily buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies worldwide, with debit cards and credit cards issued in any local national currency. CEX.IO claims to provide the best experience of buying Bitcoins with credit cards and debit cards. The assertion is based on the exchange’s ideal conditions for quick and successful processing of card payments, the wide range of acceptable payment cards, and numerous positive feedbacks from users. “Literally, we provide an opportunity to buy Bitcoin […]

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Bitcoin Alternative DNotes Announces New Company Launch in 2016 To Integrate The Currency, Payment System, and Blockchain

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Press Release: Digital currency DNotes is pleased to announce the launch of an upcoming DNotes company in 2016 that will integrate DNotes and the blockchain into a seamless worldwide payment system. This is the latest building block for the DNotes’ ecosystem that currently includes DCEBrief, DnotesVault, CryptoMoms and the world’s first Cryptocurrency Investment Savings Plans. CHICAGO, Illinois – October 05, 2015 – Bitcoin Alternative DNotes today announced plans to bring its digital currency ecosystem to the global market as a for-profit enterprise in 2016. This new commercial venture will close the cryptocurrency loop by fully integrating DNotes’ currency, the […]

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Transparent Bitcoin Applications like OKLink Are a Huge Market in China, Says OKCoin's Jack Liu

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

OKCoin's new superwallet allows bitcoin as a background method of money transfers not only across borders, but across currencies as well.

Jack Liu, head of international at OKCoin, recently discussed bitcoin in China and as an alternative payment system in an interview with Bloomberg Business.

Liu referred to the dramatic price crash of bitcoin in 2013 as a good thing, because it forced developers and entrepreneurs to think of creative applications of bitcoin and its underlying blockchain technology instead of focusing uniquely on the price of bitcoin. As a result, there are now large venture capital investments and lots of startups building infrastructure.

“The people behind the industry used to be very libertarian, very political in nature, and wanted to push an alternative currency and an alternative lifestyle,” said Liu. “You are now seeing the bitcoin players receive venture capital and work with banks closely, trying to create a more harmonious financial system integrating the traditional financial system with the Bitcoin network, and that’s going to be much more powerful.”

OKCoin.cn and OKCoin.com , two separate companies owned by the same investors and focused respectively on Chinese and worldwide digital currency trading, were founded in 2013 with a $1 million angel investment from Ventures Lab and Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper, and received a $10 million series A funding round in March 2014. OKCoin is perhaps the largest exchange in the world with 20 percent of daily trading volume, said Liu.

“As a native speaker of both English and Chinese, and as someone who has worked in traditional finance and at a U.S.-based bitcoin exchange, I hope to bring both international and institutional perspective to OKCoin and to shed more light on the Chinese market with the global Bitcoin community,” said Liu when he joined OKCoin as Director of institutional strategy and sales in November 2014. “I view OKCoin now as an international company, not as a Chinese one.”

According to Liu, the most interesting applications use bitcoin and the blockchain as a transparent intermediate step for fund transfers in fiat currencies, making sending and receiving money as easy as sending and receiving email.

“We can hide bitcoin technology in the background, and that’s what we have launched with a product called OKLink, in the spring, that was the first ‘superwallet’ in the world,” said Liu. “A superwallet is really a mobile wallet that allows you to hold a more comfortable type of value, like the USD or the CNY, but transact over the Bitcoin network.” Liu added that OKLink transactions aren’t affected by the volatility of bitcoin. “Because you are doing instant buy of bitcoin and sell of bitcoin, you are not affected by the bitcoin price,” he said.

OKCoin launched the OKLink “superwallet” in April. OKLink is an open digital wallet, which allows national and digital currencies to transact cross company, cross border, and cross currency in an instantaneous and free manner. OKCoin gives an example of consumer-to-consumer transaction in fiat currencies channeled transparently through the blockchain:

“Paul, an American, and Tom, a Canadian, are good friends. Paul is a Circle user while Tom uses OKLink. Tom would like to borrow from Paul $100 USD worth of Canadian dollars (CAD). Tom opens his OKLink Superwallet and shows his QR Code to Paul. Paul through scanning the QR code with his Circle Superwallet, sends Tom $100 USD. The Circle Superwallet buys exactly $100 USD worth of bitcoins from a U.S. dollar Bitcoin exchange and then via the Bitcoin network sends the bitcoins to Tom’s OKLink account. Tom has instructed as default that incoming funds should be received as CAD. OKLink Superwallet takes the received bitcoins and sells it on a CAD Bitcoin exchange for CAD. In the end, Paul sent $100 USD to Tom, and Tom received it as CAD to use.”

Besides consumer-to-consumer transactions, OKLink can be used for business-to-business, consumer-to-business, and business-to consumer transactions.

“This is a huge market, especially in China,” continued Liu. China already owns around 50 percent of bitcoin mining hashpower and 60 percent of exchange volume, and Chinese people – especially students – are frequently abroad and need efficient cross-border payments. Chinese consumers are already used to “a beautiful payment experience” with WeChat and Alipay for domestic payments, and they expect the same for cross border payments.

Interestingly, the Bank of America (BoA) recently filed a patent application titled “System and Method for Wire Transfers Using Cryptocurrency” for an alternative to traditional wire transfers, where the funds are first transferred to a cryptocurrency exchange, then converted to a cryptocurrency such as bitcoin, then sent to another exchange, and finally converted into another currency for the recipient.

In other words, BoA wants to patent the concept of using a cryptocurrency as a transparent intermediate step for fiat currency transfers, but it seems that OKCoin got there first.

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Fed Chair: Bitcoin's Popularity Unrelated to Central Bank Policy

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen said the popularity of bitcoin doesn't relate to the public's perception of its monetary policy.

US Government to Sell 44,000 BTC in Final Silk Road Auction

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The US Marshals Service (USMS) has announced it will sell 44,341 BTC (worth approximately $10.6m at press time) in an online auction due to take place on 5th November. To be held from 12:00 UTC to 18:00 UTC, the six-hour auction, open only to pre-registered bidders, represents the final sale of bitcoins in connection with […]

FinTech On The Move: Regions Financial Partners With Startup Online Lender Fundation

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Reflecting Silicon Valley’s growing influence on traditional finance, Regions Financial, which operates bank branches across 16 states, plans to partner with Fundation, a lending startup, to provide online loans to small businesses, according to USA Today. The partnership will give the publicly-traded Regions, valued at $11 billion, a new online banking presence. Fundation will have access to Regions' small-business customers. The partnership could double the startup's revenue. "We expect it will at least double (loan) originations and revenue" Sam Graziano, Fundation CEO told USA TODAY. He declined to give revenue numbers for the privately held company, which is backed by […]

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Winklevoss Twins Announce the Launch of Gemini Bitcoin Exchange

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Investors have been watching and waiting for the launch of Gemini, the bitcoin exchange launched by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, since it was first announced on January 23. The wait is over.

Customers have been begun receiving instructions for onboarding and will be able to officially begin trading on the Gemini exchange starting Thursday, October 8 at 9:30 a.m. EST.

The nine months it took for Gemini to go from announcement to launch is due to a belief in the need to “ask for permission, not forgiveness.” However, on September 23, Gemini Trust Company received approval for its Articles of Organization and was further granted an exemption from the deposit insurance requirements of Section 32 of the Banking Law.

Due to its corporate structure as a limited liability trustcompany (LLTC), it is able to service both individual and institutional customers, which is important because many believe that banks are curious about trading bitcoin.

“The reality is that institutions will bring the most amount of capital to the exchange,” Cameron Winklevoss, president of Gemini Trust Company, told Bitcoin Magazine in an interview and demo. “Every major bank in the world has people looking at bitcoin.”

The downside of being an LLTC is that the company itself cannot provide FDIC insurance for its accounts. That being said, Gemini revealed at launch that Signature Bank, based in New York, was one of its primary partner banks that would hold all fiat currency transferred to Gemini. Through Signature, the fiat currency is eligible for FDIC insurance.

Four Silos of Success

In an interview with Cameron Winklevoss, he revealed that the company operates on four silos that they drive toward for success.

The fastest way for a user to lose trust in a company is for security to be insufficient. Because of that, security is the company’s primary objective. They hired Cem Paya, the former security lead at AirBnB, to be the chief security officer at Gemini. Further, all bitcoin is held by Gemini in a cold, geographically dispersed network of servers. When the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF, COIN, launches, all of its bitcoin will be held by Gemini.

Taking it a step further, though, the company has put in place a rule that prohibits any links in emails. For example, in its “Gemini is open for business!” launch email, there is no link to Gemini. To prevent phishing attempts whereby a hacker gains access to a user’s account, the individual has to manually type in Gemini.com to register.

Following security came compliance. Since the company is based in New York, that meant working with the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYFDS). According to Winklevoss, NYSDFS seemed open to working with Gemini. Compliance was also required for the remainder of the country.

At launch, users in California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota,Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont,Washington, D.C., and Wyoming can use Gemini starting on Thursday.

The third component of the Winklevoss’ four silos is banking. There have been too many instances where a bank won’t cover a bitcoin company because of the concern about auditing. “It didn’t take a lot of selling to convince the bank to work with us,” Winklevoss said. “They liked the team and the product.”

Only after security, compliance and banking were handled did the product become a priority. And if any of the four silos had to suffer, it would be product.

“You have to have all four right to succeed, but if you’re missing a little bit on product, it’s not going to be catastrophic,” he explained. “Rather than building a rocket shop in the air, we built it in the hanger, tested it, and tested it again, and then we have liftoff.”

In his interview with Bitcoin Magazine, Winklevoss talked at length about the risk tolerance of banks and the simple fact that they hate risk.

“It’s better to have the regulatory framework figured out because the risk appetite of banks is conservative. People don’t recognize how important regulation is these institutions. Banks care,” he explained.

And because it is the big institutions that are bringing the majority of the capital, it was important to the team to have that regulatory framework squared away. “There is a lot of dark pool trading, because it is easier, that will go on exchange when they are regulated.”

Gemini wasn’t the first to market, but Winklevoss said that wasn’t important to him.

“Market centers [like Gemini] will build up reputation and credibility with participants over time. A month does not make or break your business,” he explained, referring to other exchanges that had already launched in New York City.

Trading on the Exchange

The exchange opens for trading on Thursday 9:30 a.m. EST, but users can begin the process of signing up today.

Part of the registration process is a knowledge-based authorization. The system will attempt to verify a user’s identity through a Social Security number and then questions about that user’s credit. For example, it will ask if they have ever owned a house on a particular street if that appears on the credit report. This is meant to speed up the authorization process for that user.

In our demo, Winklevoss stressed the importance that he wanted Gemini to become the favorite of both institutions and individuals.

“Early community is certainly very important because they are the most vocal and they are the ones who will touch the product more,” he explained.

The team went with a very clean look, using as much white space as possible. Further, the system was built with visualization engines that enable the user to identify what impact their particular trade will have on the order book.

For example, in the image above, if a user decided topurchase 0.631 BTC at a limit of $237.71, the blue portion of the order book would fill in darker where that purchase takes place. This is meant to show what the average price would be for the user.

At launch, it will be free to deposit and withdraw fundsfrom Gemini. However, the company will charge a 25 basis points fee for both buyers and sellers who trade on the exchange. There will also be APIs for individuals who are more interested in programmatically trading to participate.


Photo TechCrunch / Flickr

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Winklevoss Twins Announce the Launch of Gemini Bitcoin Exchange

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Investors have been watching and waiting for the launch of Gemini, the bitcoin exchange launched by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, since it was first announced on January 23. The wait is over.

Customers have been begun receiving instructions for onboarding and will be able to officially begin trading on the Gemini exchange starting Thursday, October 8 at 9:30 a.m. EST.

The nine months it took for Gemini to go from announcement to launch is due to a belief in the need to “ask for permission, not forgiveness.” However, on September 23, Gemini Trust Company received approval for its Articles of Organization and was further granted an exemption from the deposit insurance requirements of Section 32 of the Banking Law.

Due to its corporate structure as a limited liability trustcompany (LLTC), it is able to service both individual and institutional customers, which is important because many believe that banks are curious about trading bitcoin.

“The reality is that institutions will bring the most amount of capital to the exchange,” Cameron Winklevoss, president of Gemini Trust Company, told Bitcoin Magazine in an interview and demo. “Every major bank in the world has people looking at bitcoin.”

The downside of being an LLTC is that the company itself cannot provide FDIC insurance for its accounts. That being said, Gemini revealed at launch that Signature Bank, based in New York, was one of its primary partner banks that would hold all fiat currency transferred to Gemini. Through Signature, the fiat currency is eligible for FDIC insurance.

Four Silos of Success

In an interview with Cameron Winklevoss, he revealed that the company operates on four silos that they drive toward for success.

The fastest way for a user to lose trust in a company is for security to be insufficient. Because of that, security is the company’s primary objective. They hired Cem Paya, the former security lead at AirBnB, to be the chief security officer at Gemini. Further, all bitcoin is held by Gemini in a cold, geographically dispersed network of servers. When the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF, COIN, launches, all of its bitcoin will be held by Gemini.

Taking it a step further, though, the company has put in place a rule that prohibits any links in emails. For example, in its “Gemini is open for business!” launch email, there is no link to Gemini. To prevent phishing attempts whereby a hacker gains access to a user’s account, the individual has to manually type in Gemini.com to register.

Following security came compliance. Since the company is based in New York, that meant working with the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYFDS). According to Winklevoss, NYSDFS seemed open to working with Gemini. Compliance was also required for the remainder of the country.

At launch, users in California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota,Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont,Washington, D.C., and Wyoming can use Gemini starting on Thursday.

The third component of the Winklevoss’ four silos is banking. There have been too many instances where a bank won’t cover a bitcoin company because of the concern about auditing. “It didn’t take a lot of selling to convince the bank to work with us,” Winklevoss said. “They liked the team and the product.”

Only after security, compliance and banking were handled did the product become a priority. And if any of the four silos had to suffer, it would be product.

“You have to have all four right to succeed, but if you’re missing a little bit on product, it’s not going to be catastrophic,” he explained. “Rather than building a rocket shop in the air, we built it in the hanger, tested it, and tested it again, and then we have liftoff.”

In his interview with Bitcoin Magazine, Winklevoss talked at length about the risk tolerance of banks and the simple fact that they hate risk.

“It’s better to have the regulatory framework figured out because the risk appetite of banks is conservative. People don’t recognize how important regulation is these institutions. Banks care,” he explained.

And because it is the big institutions that are bringing the majority of the capital, it was important to the team to have that regulatory framework squared away. “There is a lot of dark pool trading, because it is easier, that will go on exchange when they are regulated.”

Gemini wasn’t the first to market, but Winklevoss said that wasn’t important to him.

“Market centers [like Gemini] will build up reputation and credibility with participants over time. A month does not make or break your business,” he explained, referring to other exchanges that had already launched in New York City.

Trading on the Exchange

The exchange opens for trading on Thursday 9:30 a.m. EST, but users can begin the process of signing up today.

Part of the registration process is a knowledge-based authorization. The system will attempt to verify a user’s identity through a Social Security number and then questions about that user’s credit. For example, it will ask if they have ever owned a house on a particular street if that appears on the credit report. This is meant to speed up the authorization process for that user.

In our demo, Winklevoss stressed the importance that he wanted Gemini to become the favorite of both institutions and individuals.

“Early community is certainly very important because they are the most vocal and they are the ones who will touch the product more,” he explained.

The team went with a very clean look, using as much white space as possible. Further, the system was built with visualization engines that enable the user to identify what impact their particular trade will have on the order book.

For example, in the image above, if a user decided topurchase 0.631 BTC at a limit of $237.71, the blue portion of the order book would fill in darker where that purchase takes place. This is meant to show what the average price would be for the user.

At launch, it will be free to deposit and withdraw fundsfrom Gemini. However, the company will charge a 25 basis points fee for both buyers and sellers who trade on the exchange. There will also be APIs for individuals who are more interested in programmatically trading to participate.


Photo TechCrunch / Flickr

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Gemini Bitcoin Exchange Launches, Needs No BitLicense or FinCEN

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The Winklevoss Twins have announced the launch of their long-awaited Bitcoin exchange, Gemini. Somewhat like itBit, which applied for a banking license rather than wait for the completion of the BitLicense, Gemini Trust Company, LLC is regulated as a fiduciary. This means they can service both individual and institutional clients, among other things. Meeting the high-water mark of banking compliance is no small task, especially for a startup, but we felt that doing so was crucial — Bitcoin is an island right now, and, if we are going to build a bridge to the financial mainland, then Gemini must look […]

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Winklevoss Twins Receive Approval To Launch Bitcoin Exchange Gemini

TechCrunch, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

winklevoss-brothers4 Gemini, the bitcoin exchanged started by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, has finally received approval to launch from the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYSDFS). More specifically, the company is now allowed to operated as a chartered limited liability trust company. Notably, this is different (and subject to stricter regulatory approval) than a BitLicense, which is a new… Read More

Winklevoss Bitcoin Exchange Gemini Approved for Launch in New York

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Gemini has received approval to open its New York-based bitcoin exchange to US customers.

Ukraine's National Bank Issues Bitcoin Warning

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Ukraine's National Bank has warned against the associated risks that come with digital currencies such as bitcoin.

Feds Bust Gemcoin Startup Accused of a $32 Million Scam

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Federal authorities have raided an alleged Ponzi investment scam that promised to pay dividends to investors by claiming to hold amber mines whose profits would be paid out in the cryptocurrency – Gemcoin. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced the filing of fraud charges and the raid of a Southern California company - USFIA, allegedly running a Ponzi scheme that raised more than $32 million from investors both within and outside the U.S. since April 2013. The accused include founder Steve Chen and a total of 13 California-based companies at the center of the Ponzi scheme. Essentially, Chen falsely […]

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Survey: 3% of Consumers Would Switch Retailers for Bitcoin

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A survey of US consumers suggests that at least some may be willing to start shopping with a specific retailer if they started accepting bitcoin.

TPP, TTIP, & TISA: Secret Trade Negotiations Threaten Government Sovereignty and Individual Rights

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Free speech, including the right to protest, can no longer be taken for granted. According to a newly-released WikiLeaks video (below), multinational corporations have already successfully sued governments on the basis of corporate profits being affected by certain laws. And as the international trade negotiations continue in secret, this corporate power will expand and exert greater control over governments and citizens. These were among one of the bomb shells of the WikiLeaks video detailing international trade negotiations that most citizens are not aware of.

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Australian Businesses Ditch Bitcoin After Banks Act Against Bitcoin Exchanges

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Australian businesses are turning their backs on bitcoin following the move by Australian banks last month to close bitcoin exchanges' accounts, according to Reuters. Australian banks last month announced plans to close the accounts of 13 of the country's 17 bitcoin exchanges. The development is a blow to bitcoin’s chances of becoming a mainstream currency since Australia was considered one of its most promising bitcoin markets. Australia is estimated to hold 7 percent of bitcoin’s $3.5 billion global value, a sizeable figure in a country of just 24 million people. "We've got a squeaky clean reputation, and that's actually worth […]

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