Australian Conman Extradited Over Alleged Fraud Involving $1.2M in Bitcoin
An Australian serial conman has been extradited to New South Wales to face fraud charges involving over $1 million in bitcoin.
A research paper from the University of South Australia suggests blockchain technology needs to be refined so it can better protect privacy and the EU's "right to be forgotten."
The Australian man was banned from working in financial services by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.
A former contractor for Australian science agency CSIRO was found to have mined around $7,000 in cryptocurrency.
The U.K.-based fintech firm has opened its cryptocurrency services to Australian residents.
NPPA, a major Australian financial services firm, is suing Ripple Labs over allegations of trademark infringement.