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Crypto better fiat
Bitcoin (BTC) is the original and most popular digital currency. It's peer-to-peer online cash, created by an anonymous developer known as Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin will only ever have a supply of 21 million coins, meaning that by buying bitcoin, you're investing in 'digital gold'.
How to sell BITCOIN?
Deposit funds into your account.
Choose an amount
Enter the amount of Bitcoin (or Australian Dollar equivalent) that you would like to buy or sell.
Click ‘Buy' to confirm your Bitcoin purchase and your Bitcoin will arrive in your TimeX wallet within minutes.
Secure BTC Purchase
Users based in Australia can buy BTC from TimeX in just a few minutes. Simply open an account, complete verification, and deposit funds via bank transfer or a range of other options.
0.000030 BITCOIN = 1 AUD
|BTC BITCOIN||AUD Australian Dollar|
|0.01 BTC||338.2162 AUD|
|0.1 BTC||3382.1617 AUD|
|1 BTC||33821.6168 AUD|
|2 BTC||67643.2336 AUD|
|3 BTC||101464.8504 AUD|
|5 BTC||169108.0840 AUD|
|10 BTC||338216.1679 AUD|
|20 BTC||676432.3359 AUD|
|50 BTC||1691080.8397 AUD|
|100 BTC||3382161.6795 AUD|
|1000 BTC||33821616.7950 AUD|
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Pros and Cons
Australian Crypto Exchange
TimeX is the decentralised exchange for the ChronoBank ecosystem: a completely secure, easy and convenient way to trade digital tokens and cryptocurrencies on a peer-to-peer basis.
Bitcoin is the most open financial system ever developed. Anyone can make global payments, 24/7.
Bitcoin is the first, most popular, and most secure cryptocurrency, giving it the reputation of being ‘digital gold’.
You can transfer any amount of money to anyone else for a small fee within just minutes, so bitcoin is typically both faster and cheaper than traditional banking services.
You can buy bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies safely and easily on TimeX, a regulated Australian exchange.
Bitcoin is still considered experimental technology, and investors should not assume it will function perfectly.
Bitcoin transactions are immutable, meaning that once the money leaves your wallet, there is no way to get them back.
Transactions are irreversible, so payments made in error (or thefts) cannot be returned without the recipient agreeing.
Bitcoin is very volatile, with significant fluctuations in value over even short periods of time.