New digital currency ‘bitcoin cash’ coming soon in Australia

Digital currency has a long and distinguished history in Australia, but the currency is still largely unheard of.

The first digital currency was launched in 1998, and it’s still a relatively new concept in the financial world.

It’s now widely used for online payments and payments in mobile apps.

Digital currency is currently a niche form of money in Australia.

But, according to a new report from Australian Financial Report, it’s the future.

“We are about to see the beginning of the next stage of cryptocurrency, and we are seeing a lot of excitement about digital currency as a digital form of payment,” Australian Financial report said.

It’s been more than 10 years since the launch of bitcoin, but digital currencies like the cryptocurrency bitcoin cash are seeing increased adoption.

The digital currency is gaining traction in Australia because it’s easy to use, secure, and doesn’t need to be stored or stored in the cloud.

Bitcoin cash, which is a derivative of the bitcoin cryptocurrency, is gaining popularity in Australia with the help of a new wave of businesses and individuals who want to use the currency as an alternative to cash.

The digital currency bitcoin is gaining support as a form of payments for services, and is increasingly popular in the Australian capital city of Sydney, where it has been trading at around $400 a coin.

In addition to bitcoin, digital currencies also use a different method of exchange called altcoins.

The altcoin is the name of a digital currency that’s traded on a virtual currency exchange, similar to a stock exchange.

Altcoins are different from bitcoin because they don’t require a central bank to create a central supply.

Bitcoin also has a fixed supply, but altcoins have a market cap.

While there’s a long way to go in Australia before digital currencies can become mainstream, digital currency seems to be on the verge of a major moment.

According to the report, digital cash has been gaining popularity as an option for digital payments, as well as for online transactions.

More to come…