Crypto

  • Coinspot receives approval to become Australian-based crypto exchange

    CoinSpot has announced they have been successful in their application to be registered by AUSTRAC to provide exchange services for crypto. As part of Australia’s Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (AML/CTF Act) financial operators need to comply with a number of conditions under the Act. While most...
  • Google follows Facebook in banning ads for cryptocurrencies

    Back at the end of January, Facebook banned ads promoting cryptocurrencies, now the other big advertising juggernaut, Google has followed suit. Google’s director of sustainable ads, Scot Spencer told CNBC that an update to its financial services ad policy will place a ban on any Adsense advertising about crypto....
  • Boost Juice can’t find their first Bitcoin winner

    If you’re name is Michael, you may be the proud owner of 1BTC (about A$13,500). Boost Juice have announced their first winner of their new Bitcoin giveaway, but there’s a problem, they can’t get a reply from him, let’s hope he’s not busy drinking away his winnings. Boost Juice’s...
  • Boost Juice is giving away 4 Bitcoin, you can win 1

    Yesterday was my 36th birthday and as is now the annual tradition, I headed to Boost Juice for a free Boost (original Energy Lift for those playing at home). Along with the purchase I was handed a Bitcoin Boost card. The promotion from Boost Juice will give away 4...
  • Redfoo is now a programmer working on the Ethereum blockchain?

    Redfoo shot to popularity in the mid-2000s as part of LMFAO, but turn the clock forward 10 years and you’ll be surprised to learn Redfoo is now a programmer and is currently working on an Ethereum project. Yep, how times change. The question about Redfoo came from math genius...