Australia - The Hottest Bitcoin Market on Earth

Australia - The Hottest Bitcoin Market on Earth

The United States, where Bitcoin was born in practice if not byinvention, and China are the established market leaders in Bitcoin investment, accounting for about two-thirds of the trading at exchanges worldwide. Their two currencies, the Dollar and Yuan, handle the vast majority of the global transactions as well. Meanwhile, the most talked about and burgeoning Bitcoin market in 2014 has probably been "The Land Down Under." Now the Bitcoin's effect on Australia has been quantified with impressive results. Australia and Bitcoin: Is This Love? Recent estimates show that Australia manages 7%....


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