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Shane Reynolds is a commercial finance specialist, self-help, financial literacy author, advocate born in Australia. Shane has been widely involved in the finance industry for nearly two decades. I am a member of Flinders University Law School and have been featured in the AFR, SMH, Sunday Telegraph, The Australian and Daily Mail. Read more www.shanereynolds.com.au
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CRYPTO EXCHANGE REVIEW 2018

The entire crypto market is rapidly evolving. Be it ICOs or popular cryptocurrencies, with lucrative returns flowing in from all major crypto investment avenues it has become a hot favorite of several investors. Last year the investments in Bitcoins were worth a fortune and the volume of cryptocurrencies exchanging hands has been increasing ever since.

CRYPTO EXCHANGE REVIEW 20182018-02-28T07:46:59+00:00

Gold Coast Crypto Currency Seminar

On Friday 22nd December 2017 Shane Reynolds gave a seminar on Bitcoin and Crypto Currency at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Hotel. With the development of blockchain technology and the rapid growth of the crypto-currency market, new opportunities appear consistently in the field of Investment. The traditional economy changes its form, new values arise in the digital

Gold Coast Crypto Currency Seminar2018-08-26T18:39:21+00:00

France Approves Blockchain Trading of Unlisted Securities

The French government has given the official nod for trading unlisted securities using blockchain technology, Reuters reports. According to the article, the government has adopted new rules that will enable banks and fintech firms to establish blockchain platforms for unlisted securities trading. The change will allow the trading of the assets without relying on middlemen

France Approves Blockchain Trading of Unlisted Securities2017-12-18T22:36:26+00:00

2018: The Year Central Banks Begin Buying Cryptocurrency

Currently, world governments are only concerned with the "appropriate regulation" of cryptocurrencies and not with the asset class potential of cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin, ether and zcash are nowhere to be found on the list of eligible instruments and currencies that central bankers are allowed to trade. As the realisation of the systemic weakness of fiat currencies becomes

2018: The Year Central Banks Begin Buying Cryptocurrency2017-12-18T22:29:38+00:00

Seriously Considering” Accepting Bitcoin, Says Senior VP of eBay

With 2017 running out, is eBay's 2018 resolution to add Bitcoin support on the platform? The senior vice president of eBay Americas has said that it is ‘seriously considering’ accepting bitcoin as a payment method. Speaking to Yahoo! Finance, Scott Cutler, said that while the company was thinking about it, they are ‘not quite there

Seriously Considering” Accepting Bitcoin, Says Senior VP of eBay2017-12-16T16:13:28+00:00

Bitcoin futures trading gets the green light from US regulators

Bitcoin futures trading can go ahead on three US exchanges, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission said on Friday. Futures contracts give traders a way to bet on bitcoin prices and earn profits without buying the actual cryptocurrency. Bitcoin has surged nearly 1,000% against the dollar this year as its popularity has grown. The Chicago Mercantile Exchange

Bitcoin futures trading gets the green light from US regulators2017-12-16T16:07:19+00:00

Turnbull government invests in blockchain

A Turnbull government frontbencher has said the Coalition is not afraid of getting into business with companies in the cryptocurrency world after it made a multimillion-dollar taxpayer funded investment in bitcoin technology. Angus Taylor, the Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation, on Friday awarded the government's second largest grant in its Smart Cities and

Turnbull government invests in blockchain2017-12-16T16:00:32+00:00

ASX plans world-first shift to blockchain technology

AUSTRALIA’S stockmarket operator has unveiled plans to process share transactions using cutting-edge blockchain technology in what is being touted as a world first. ASX Limited has announced it will scrap its ­clearing house electronic ­subregister system — better known as CHESS — in favour of distributed ledger technology, or blockchain. It means the system ­Australian

ASX plans world-first shift to blockchain technology2017-12-16T16:01:07+00:00