Australian Bitcoin Exchange DWVx Launches with Banking Support from Westpac

Australian Bitcoin Exchange DWVx Launches with Banking Support from Westpac

Australia-based Digital World Ventures exchange (DWVx) has launched a peer-to-peer Bitcoin brokerage through a partnership with the white-label currency exchange provider AlphaPoint. The exchange, founded by Ian Davis and James Clarke, hopes to bring a trusted and personal brand, as well as provide a state-of-the-art exchange, to Australia's Bitcoin scene. "We're very excited Digital World Ventures selected us as their technology partner", said Vadim Telyatnikov, CEO of AlphaPoint. "James and Ian are well-known experts in the community. We believe they have the right technical and....


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