The Australian Digital Currency and Commerce Association (ADCCA) is recommending a code of conduct for bitcoin companies on account of the inability of the Igot bitcoin exchange to deliver bitcoins people paid for or refund their money, according to ABC. Igot clients said the exchange owes them hundreds of thousands of dollars. The exchange has been […]
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