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November 20, 2015, 02:38:36 PM
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In addition to accepting member fees and donations directly, Poulton states that the Bitcoin Association of Australia can now start to build its own brand, and forge its own direction. “Although this will not change anything in the day to day operations of our organisation, we feel that our efforts are better directed at local campaigns, projects and events,” he said

The Bitcoin Association of Australia has a busy 2016 in store, focusing heavily on education, adoption and problems faced by the Bitcoin community there. “There is the ongoing issue with bitcoin businesses having reliable access to banking facilities at Australian banks. We are in the early stages of organising a high level meeting of banking representatives, regulators and government officials to see if there is any way forward for bitcoin businesses within the existing banking framework,” said Poulton.

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November 20, 2015, 03:07:00 PM
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Probably a good move, after the corruption and incompetence unveiled in that foundation, no wonder people want to leave.

Nobody sane wants to asociate themselves with them.

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