The move by worldwide online payments system PayPal to allow customers to hold bitcoin and other virtual currencies in their online wallets will end up making more than a few cyber criminals richer, a senior technologist has claimed.
San Francisco-based Kraken, a secure bitcoin exchange, has launched operations in Sydney, with the Australian dollar to become its seventh fiat currency.
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.
Cyber criminals have come up with new malware sent in emails to attack cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, litecoin and ethereum.
Users of Bitcoin have been cautioned to be wary of the risks associated with using the virtual currency and others like Litecoin and Novacoin.
Australian online electronics retailer Millennius today announced it is the first major Australian online retailer to accept controversial currency Bitcoin as a payment mechanism.
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