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CoinJar Swipe Bitcoin Debit Cards Now Available

| Jon Southurst

CoinJar Swipe debit cards, which have been on trial since September, are now available for all customers in Australia for use at stores nationwide.

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CoinJar Tackles Bitcoin’s Volatility with New ‘Hedged Accounts’

| Yessi Bello Perez

Australian bitcoin finance company CoinJar has introduced pegged accounts in an attempt to shield customers from bitcoin’s volatility. The…

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CoinJar Redesigns iOS Wallet App for More Social Experience

| Jon Southurst

CoinJar's updated mobile app is simple to use and allows faster payments to all addresses, plus fiat currency transfers between CoinJar accounts.

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Bitcoin Industry Responds to UK Treasury’s Call for Information

| Joon Ian Wong

The UK Digital Currency Association and others have responded to the Treasury's public call for information on digital currencies.

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Bitcoin Startup CoinJar Cites Tax as Influence on UK Relocation

| Jon Southurst

Australian bitcoin exchange and payment processor CoinJar is relocating its headquarters to London, citing a more favorable tax environment.

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New Bitcoin Exchange Says Australia is Ideal Location

| Jon Southurst

New Australian exchange Independent Reserve says its regulatory compliance and stable location will appeal to customers seeking security.

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CoinJar to Charge No Fees for New Bitcoin Debit Card

| Jon Southurst

CoinJar has announced that, after an initial charge, it will ask no fees for using its bitcoin debit card.

CoinJar Launches Bitcoin Debit Card Trial

| Jon Southurst

CoinJar is testing a bitcoin debit card for use at ATMs and over 800,000 retail terminals across Australia.

CoinJar Returns to Apple App Store With Features Restored

| Pete Rizzo

CoinJar's iOS app is now available on the Apple app store in select markets.

‘Hero Subs’ Sandwich Shop Becomes Melbourne’s First to Accept Bitcoin

| Jon Southurst

The fast food outlet is also offering 50% discounts to bitcoin customers and plans an exclusive Bitcoin Sub.