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DIY super funds getting into Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies

DIY super funds getting into Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies

Investing in digital currencies is moving beyond tech-savvy Millennials with more trustees of DIY super funds getting in on the action

  • by John Collett

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Michael Clarke's coin toss falls foul of ASIC

Michael Clarke's coin toss falls foul of ASIC

The former Australian cricket captain's foray into an initial Bitcoin backfired and he's not alone so now the noose is tightening on cryptocurrencies.

  • by Colin Kruger
'Do or die': Why the crypto meltdown could be good for crypto
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World markets

'Do or die': Why the crypto meltdown could be good for crypto

History show that a price collapse does not have to herald the end of a technology

  • by Tyler Cowen
The cryptocurrency millionaire who wants to build his own utopia in the desert

The cryptocurrency millionaire who wants to build his own utopia in the desert

An enormous plot of land in the Nevada desert has been the subject of intrigue since it was bought for $US170 million. Now its owner is shedding light on his plans.

  • by Nathanael Popper
'Significant crime': Sydney woman charged over $450k cryptocurrency theft
Crime

'Significant crime': Sydney woman charged over $450k cryptocurrency theft

NSW Police are warning investors the theft of digital assets will soon become commonplace.

Michael Clarke-backed cryptocurrency folds after ASIC comes knocking

Michael Clarke-backed cryptocurrency folds after ASIC comes knocking

The company behind Global Tech, the crypto currency startup backed by former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke, has folded after questions from the corporate regulator ended its plans for a $50 million raising from the public.

  • by Colin Kruger
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The Perth women making your life better with technology
Cryptocurrencies

The Perth women making your life better with technology

Reducing home loan applications from 42 days to five and enabling a complete break-up with your power company, meet the Perth women using blockchain to improve your life.

  • by Hamish Hastie
'It's not that exciting anymore': how Bitcoin turned boring
Cryptocurrencies

'It's not that exciting anymore': how Bitcoin turned boring

The words Bitcoin and boring have rarely been uttered in the same breath.

Victims lose $50K in bitcoin scam in Melbourne's west
Cryptocurrencies

Victims lose $50K in bitcoin scam in Melbourne's west

Victorians have been warned against a cryptocurrency scam after fraudsters posing as debt collectors convinced victims to deposit more than $50,000 into a bitcoin ATM

  • by Melissa Cunningham
Fake celebrity endorsements is scammers' latest deception
Cryptocurrencies

Fake celebrity endorsements is scammers' latest deception

Investment scams cost Australians more than dating scams as incidences of fake celebrity endorsements increases by four times since the start of this year.

  • by John Collett
ASIC cracks down on cryptocurrency promoters

ASIC cracks down on cryptocurrency promoters

The regulator has stopped promoters of initial coin offerings and funds that invest in crypto-assets from raising money from retail investors.

  • by John Collett