Bitcoin Group is to make its third attempt to IPO this November, following two stop orders from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the firm lodged an updated prospectus last Friday after ASIC lifted its second stop order. Its listing date is now set for 11th November.
Bitcoin Group CEO Sam Lee told the publication that as its IPO was precedent-setting, the revisions were required so that investors could be "fully informed", adding:
Though other bitcoin firms, including digitalBTC and Bitcoin Shop have publicly-traded shares, Bitcoin Group maintains it is the first digital currency company to IPO as it has avoided going through so-called 'backdoor listings'.
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