The exchange is being developed by Byte Power Group subsidiary, Byte Power Pty Ltd (BPPL).
BPPL’s technology services partner, Noetic Synergy, advises that:
BPPL says the Exchange is being developed to initially support 8 cryptocurrencies and 2 fiat currencies.
In accordance with AUSTRAC requirements last updated on 13 March 2018, BPPL will formally begin AUSTRAC registration when relevant forms are made available on 3 April 2018.
AUSTRAC registration is a pre-condition for the exchange to operate in Australia.
Byte Power Group shares have been suspended since December 2017 with the ASX investigating if the company has breached listing rules.
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