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Bitcoin Trader secures authentic Bitcoin from international miners at below market rate & specialises in training, education and compliance for Investors, Fund Managers and SMSFs.

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Acquisition

Direct relationships with international miners & aggregators enables:

  • Acquisition of Bitcoin in large volumes
  • 7-10% below market spot rate
  • GST free

Policy

  • Eight (8) Blockchain confirmations are completed on all acquisitions
  • Bitcoin transactions are authentic
  • 30-day buy back policy

Legislation & Compliance

Bitcoin is a new kind of money; a store of wealth, a system of exchange and an entirely new asset class. Consequently, legislation, compliance, tax and accounting implications have been appraised by PKF Australia and referred legal experts to cover:

  • Superannuation Industry Supervision Act 1993 (SIS Act)
  • Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)
  • Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Cth)
  • Australian Privacy Act 1988
  • Bitcoin Compliance and Reporting requirements for SMSF
  • Bitcoin Accounting and Taxation requirements for investors

Lifeskills

Bitcoin Trader provides training and education throughout the acquisition and storage process, including;

  • Clarification of Bitcoin protocols and tools for engagement.
  • Information on most suitable products for long-term storage & short-term spending
  • Practical workshops for safe, secure set up and storage
  • Services and templates for Bitcoin SMSF Investment
  • Ongoing support and education

 

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Bitcoin’s recent price correction came off the back of the People’s Bank of China announcing an “inspection” into exchanges BTC China, Huobi and OKCoin. Panic merchants wrote another Bitcoin obituary (currently at 119 since 2013), yet bitcoins are still worth 50 per cent more than they were three months ago. People’s main concern around Bitcoin… Read More

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As Global Government’s in India, Venezuela, and China roll out financial policies devaluing their currencies, fellow citizens of the first world may have considered themselves immune. But when Australia’s Queensland Government passed legislation last week, enabling them to repatriate public servant’s superannuation savings –  without community consultation, the value of democracy declined. Due to an… Read More

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  When a reality tele star makes it (almost) to the White House, the rupee under your mattress is worthless in a weekend and your Venezuelan wallet can’t hold your cash, it feels like a global Moneygate. Just ask the Italians. Yet there’s more bad news, right here in the sunshine state – but we’ll… Read More

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With Bitfinex’s recent hack resulting in the loss of $65 million in Bitcoin, there’s been a lot of debate around exchanger danger. Whilst most of the finger pointing moves from hackers to exchanges – it may be misdirected. Bitcoin exchange sites are fundamentally unsafe: “The risk of losing funds stored at exchanges is real but… Read More

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Whilst a Google search for “Bitcoin” returns 115 million results, chances are, you still won’t understand it. What is the Blockchain? Why are people mining? Here’s the basics – for everyone who doesn’t speak geek. Why Bitcoin? From a young age, when we first received pocket money, we immediately understood the value – and thrill… Read More

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What the world is saying about Bitcoin

It’s money 2.0, a huge, huge, huge deal.

You can’t stop things like Bitcoin. It will be everywhere and the world will have to readjust. World governments will have to readjust.

I really like Bitcoin. I own Bitcoins. It’s a store of value, a distributed ledger. It’s a great place to put assets, especially in places like Argentina with 40 percent inflation, where $1 today is worth 60 cents in a year, and a government’s currency does not hold value. It’s also a good investment vehicle if you have an appetite for risk. But it won’t be a currency until volatility slows down.

I do think Bitcoin is the first [encrypted money] that has the potential to do something like change the world.