Cryptocurrency exchange Independent Reserve claims that as many Australians (17%) as own more than one investment property also own digital currencies, and predicts that more than half the population under 40 will own cryptocurrencies in five years.
Australian cryptocurrency exchange Independent Reserve has launched a new platform feature which allows users to execute automated trading strategies.
Older Australians are getting into the cryptocurrency market, figures from the cryptocurrency exchange Independent Reserve show, with the percentage of investors aged between 45 and 54 increasing from 22% in 2017 to 29% this year.
The Greater Western Sydney region is the new hotspot for crypto in NSW, with 4 out of the top 10 suburbs with the most users being located in the west of Sydney, according to a report from cryptocurrency exchange Independent Reserve.
Australia's biggest cryptocurrency exchange, Independent Reserve, has started offering insurance cover to its clients.
Australia's biggest cryptocurrency exchange, Independent Reserve, has launched a blockchain innovation hub and co-working space in Sydney.
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