Ingram, who left PwC in March, joins Rob Jesudason, former finance chief at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, in the world of cryptocurrency. Jesudason left his prior position in May to take over running Block.one, a Hong Kong crypto company.
“Rather than a full exchange, the company offers more of a gateway service. It provides people one of the easiest ways to get into bitcoin — and importantly, get back out of bitcoin. That includes same-day settlement, so cash back into your account as at the date of the transaction.”
At present, bitcoin.com.au only operates services in the two largest-cap cryptocurrencies, bitcoin and ethereum. However, Ingram said that they are considering expanding to include exchange services for other popular cryptocurrencies.
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