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ASIC has issued a stop order prohibiting Australian bitcoin company Bitcoin Group from publishing any statements concerning its intention to list publicly in Australia, after it posted information about its proposed IPO on Chinese social media platform WeChat.
The deal comes just a month after Expedia acquired Travelocity for $280 million, putting Expedia at the helm of one of the largest travel players in the online booking space.
Australian e-commerce startup Kounta is making its move into the North American business software market, with the launch of its point-of-sale platform in the United States.
But despite the love connection, Visa must keep its options open.
Australia's CoinJar has introduced a Hedged Accounts offering that pegs bitcoin to standard currencies such as the US dollar and pound sterling.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia group chief executive officer Ian Narev is talking up the bank's digital prowess after it saw AU$628 million in IT service expenses in the first half of the 2015 financial year.
The Australian e-commerce player has promoted former Googler Tim Schulz to the role of chief product officer, where he will helm Bigcommerce's SaaS platform as it scales to serve enterprise-level businesses.
Purchasing via mobile and tablet devices in the country is above world average, says PwC.
Much of Amazon's success hinges on customer loyalty. And if there's one foolproof way to establish customer loyalty, it's to hook them while they're young.
Australian online accounting and legal software player Reckon has seen an 18 percent increase in cash flow for the year ending 2014, with the company attributing part of the boost to its new subscription model.
Alibaba Group is making a play in China's mobile hardware sector after taking a $590 million minority stake in Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu.
Australian e-commerce tech startup Bigcommerce has bolstered its advisory board with the addition of Nasuni COO and CFO Scott Dussault, who helped lead cloud commerce provider Demandware to a successful IPO in 2012.
Growth continues despite recession; more than 10 million people have purchased items online for the first time in 2014, according to research
Ross Ulbricht, aka Dread Pirate Roberts, has been convicted by a jury in New York of creating and operating the Silk Road dark web marketplace.
Online travel agency Webjet is now accepting bitcoin payments in Australia through its Webjet Exclusives site, after teaming up with Sydney-based bitcoin startup BitPOS.
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