Newnote Financial Corp. is pleased to announce that Cointrader.net; Newnote’s wholly owned Bitcoin Exchange, is now open to Australian residents.
Cointrader.net offers its users 100% insured Bitcoin deposits through partner XAPO and unparalleled security from partner Crowdcurity, a service offering white-hat hackers a fee for identifying potential security threats. Australian users will be subject to the same KYC (know your client) and AML (anti-money laundering) policies and procedures as Canadian users. Once an account is approved and activated, users can deposit funds via bank wire transfer or deposit Bitcoin directly to their Cointrader account. Newnote intends in develop new business relationship in Australia to offer clients other methods of funding their accounts.
CEO & President of Newnote, Paul Dickson, reports: “We’re very pleased to have launched our Australian Cointrader Bitcoin Exchange. The crypto-currency community in Australia has proven to be very enthusiastic about virtual currencies and we invite them to try Cointrader.net as an alternative to other exchanges they may be using.”
About Newnote Financial Corp.
Newnote Financial Corp. is pioneering innovative crypto-currency and Bitcoin related software products and services geared at the growing business segment of this bourgeoning market. The Company owns and operates the Cointrader.net Bitcoin Exchange, PayIvy.com Online Store Builder, CoinExchange Android App, BitVisits.com Paid-to-Surf Advertising Platform, Bitcoin ATM Machines in London, Tokyo and Vancouver in addition to several other crypto-currency related assets. Newnote has positioned itself to be a leading contender in delivering opportunities to startup businesses world-wide and continues to create new opportunities for its clients and its shareholders. Newnote has a clear vision on the direction in which this new and unique business is headed and is continually adjusting and adopting new business practices in both technology and the policies & procedures required by banks and securities regulators.