Bitcoin Group

Bitcoin Group is one of the largest bitcoin mining operators, providing an exceptional level of transparency and accessibility for investors.

February 3rd, 2016

The company has only managed to raise 30% of the initial sum.

December 7th, 2015

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission slows down Bitcoin Group’s enlistment on the ASX until all the requirements are met.

November 23rd, 2015

Digital currency miner Bitcoin Group has reissued its prospectus following a request by the the Australian Securities and Investments Commission to provide a report on bitcoin mining.

November 17th, 2015

Speaking at the anti-money launcdering conference in Washington, FinCEN Director Jennifer Shasky Calvery said the agency should focus on both tranditional payment methods and digital currency, which was used by ISIL to finance their operations.

October 20th, 2015

Bitcoin Group eventually rounds off its IPO next month at the third attempt.

Bitcoin Group Warned by ASIC for Pre-IPO Publications
February 13th, 2015

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has warned Australian bitcoin trading company Bitcoin Group Ltd prohibiting the above-mentioned start-up from making public statements regarding its proposed IPO until after lodging a prospectus.

Citigroup Sees Gold as Bitcoin, Says Swiss Gold Reserves Vote Makes No Sense
November 27th, 2014

Citigroup Inc. states the initiative demanding the Swiss National Bank to store part of its assets in gold is senseless as it has no intrinsic value and is too costly to store.

Melbourne-based Bitcoin Group to Launch World’s First Bitcoin IPO
October 17th, 2014

Bitcoin Group is planning to list on the Australian Securities Exchange on October 29.

TNABC Conference: New Bitcoin Group Formed to Gain a Voice in Washington
July 20th, 2014

Day one of the North American Bitcoin Conference held in Chicago included major announcements from such notable companies as Blockchain, OKCoin and others.

April 11th, 2014

A group of investors is seeking to buy bankrupt bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox for a token payment of one bitcoin, or about $400, the Wall Street Journal reported citing sources.