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The Australia-based Bitcoin exchange Igot struggles to completely deliver on operations with Bitcoins or refund customers their money.
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In light of users’ complaints over withdrawal delays on Australian Bitcoin exchange Igot, founder Rick Day, responds to clients concerns and sheds light on his exchange's verification process.
Australia headquartered Bitcoin exchange Igot, experiencing rapid growth, planning to launch in Saudi Arabia and Egypt in December.
Igot.com announced on its Facebook page on September 11 that it had introduced a new bill-payment feature for users in New Zealand and Australia that would allow those customers to pay things such as rent, utility bills and council rates in bitcoin.
Australia-based Bitcoin startup Igot, announced on August 29 it had launched the first Bitcoin exchange in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
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