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The Company reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to vary these Terms, at any time. The Company will endeavour to notify you of such variations  days in advance through your Account or via email, and upon such notification it is your responsibility to review the amended Terms and decide whether to continue using the Platform.
You acknowledge that the Company may vary these Terms immediately without notice if it is reasonably necessary to do so for security reasons or to comply with law or regulation or to protect its legitimate business interests. Your continued use of the Platform, including by giving Instructions or entering Transactions, following the posting of changes including immediate changes made without notice will mean that you accept and agree to the changes to these Terms.
You agree that all subsequent Instructions given by you and Transactions entered by you will be subject to the Terms then in effect. As long as you comply with these Terms as modified from time to time, the Company grants you a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable, limited right to enter and use the Platform. Your acceptance of these Terms, as amended from time to time, gives the Company a mandate to bring together Users to trade on the Platform according to these Terms as well as perform the functions described herein.
Holding and trading Tokens carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Before deciding to hold or trade Tokens you should carefully consider your objectives, financial situation, needs and investment experience. The value of Tokens may rise or fall, and will be affected by matters outside of the Company's control. Tokens can also be lost by unauthorised access, system failure or fraud. By trading or holding Tokens, you could lose all of your invested funds. The User confirms that in using the Platform and holding and transacting in Tokens, it fully understands the following risks:.
With the exception of some Liquidity Providers and Approved Overseas Users, the Platform is available only to Australian residents and is not intended to be offered or made available to any person who resides outside of Australia. The information in this website and the use of the Platform is not intended for any person who is not an Australian resident and is not made available to any person in any jurisdiction where its distribution or use would be contrary to any law or regulation.
Nothing in this website or the Platform should be considered an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any service or product to any person in any jurisdiction where such offer or solicitation would be unlawful.
With the exception of liquidity providers sourced and verified by the Company, the Platform is available only to Australian Users and is not intended to be offered or made available to any person who resides outside of Australia. The Company is not licensed as an Australian Financial Services Licensee and it does not offer general or personal financial product advice. Nothing in this website is intended to be or should be taken as financial, legal or taxation advice.
Users should seek their own financial, legal, tax and accounting advice as to the likely outcomes for trading Tokens. Subject to clause 4, a User must be an Australian resident individual, partnership or company including one acting in the capacity of a trustee which has met the Company's Account opening procedures, including, if required, any client verification procedures, and which is authorized to use the Platform by the Company.
The Company retains absolute discretion in determining who may be a User of the Platform and may cease to allow a User to transact through the Platform at any time without prior notification. The Company shall have absolute discretion in accepting or rejecting an application to be a User or any Instruction.
Users agree to provide the Company with accurate, current and complete information about themselves as prompted by the registration process, and to update the Company if such information changes. A user who is a Liquidity provider need not be an Australian resident.
If a User is a Liquidity Provider, any buy or sell instructions that the liquidity provider makes available whether via its agents or otherwise to the Platform are considered Instructions for the purposes of these Terms.
Users can only be Liquidity Providers if the Company expressly consents. Users are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality and security of their Account information, including their password, and for checking that all activity including Instructions and Transactions which occur on their Account was authorised by them.
Users agree to notify the Company immediately by email of any unauthorised use of their Account or password, or any other breach of security. The Company will not be liable for any loss a User may incur as a result of unauthorized use of that User's Account's information including password. Users shall not use or access any Account other than their own at any time.
Users may not attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Platform, and any attempt to do so or to assist others Users or otherwise to do so, or distribution of instructions, software or tools for that purpose, will result in the accounts of such Users being terminated.
This does not limit the right of the Company to take any other action against you. Users may not create or use more than one Account, or open an account on behalf of another for the avoidance of doubt, this does not prevent an individual from opening an account on behalf of a company provided that individual has authority to do so.
If a User would like to open more than one Account, the User may request permission from the Company, prior to the opening of multiple Accounts. The creation or use of multiple Accounts without obtaining such prior express permission from the Company will lead to the immediate suspension of all User Accounts on the Platform, as well as all pending trades. A User's ability to deposit and withdraw Deposited Currency or Tokens into or from its Account may be regulated by anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws including the Anti-Money Laundering - Counter Terrorism Financing Act Cth and its rules and regulations.
All Deposited Currency credited to a User's Account will be maintained in trust in a bank account with a reputable Australian deposit-taking institution under the Company's name or in the name of a custodian or third party appointed by the Company. Such account may be segregated for each User or may be a pooled account containing funds of multiple Users of the Company's products.
The Company retains absolute discretion to determine whether to use segregated or pooled accounts and the Company retains the right to switch between segregated or pooled accounts without approval from a User. However, if the Company maintains User Accounts in a pooled account, it will ensure that proper procedures are maintained at all times to identify the assets of each User. Regardless of whether pooled or segregated accounts are used, at no time will the Company mix its own funds with funds held on behalf of Users.
You waive any right to interest paid by the Bank with respect to your Deposited Currency, The Company is entitled to retain that interest, if any is paid. The Tokens recorded in a User's Account may only be transferred to other Users in execution of a Transaction entered into on the Platform. Tokens are held by the Company on a User's behalf and the Company holds legal title in the Tokens. The User is the beneficial owner of the number and type of Tokens which are recorded in the User's Account.
The Company will maintain strict procedures to ensure that the correct number of Tokens is recorded as the property of the relevant User, as well as adopting reasonable security measures to reduce the risk of Tokens being misused, misplaced, misappropriated or stolen. Deposits and withdrawals of Deposited Currency made by way of bank transfer are subject to the relevant bank's transfer terms and conditions, timing and processes and Users should allow for these when making or requesting such transfers.
Deposits of non-Australian Deposited Currency will incur foreign exchange transaction fees, which will automatically be deducted from the Deposited Currency. Deposits and withdrawals of Tokens are made within the Platform. Upon signup, the Platform designates a Token deposit address for each User, which is specified by reference to Token type e. Bitcoin or Litecoin. A User will be able to send Company-approved Token types to this designated deposit address.
Users must not disclose their designated deposit address to any person other than when transferring Tokens to or from their Account. For security reasons, a new deposit address is issued for each Token transfer.
Each deposit address ultimately points to the User's Account. In general, the Company will execute Instructions in the order in which they are placed by Users, but having regard to the price at which the Instruction is placed. However, the Company reserves the right to put Instructions on hold, or only fill them in part. Such Fees and Commissions are set out on the Company's website and may be updated from time to time by the Company.
Any updated Fees and Commissions apply from the date that the updated Fees and Commissions are set out on the Company's website. The Company will endeavour to notify Users through their User Accounts at least two business days in advance of any changes to Fees or Commissions. The Company is authorized to deduct from the proceeds of any Transaction or from a User's Account the Commission payable in respect of any Transaction and any other Fees levied upon the User's Account.
The Company in its absolute and sole discretion may engage a Liquidity Provider to facilitate and maintain availability of Tokens and the stability of trading on the Platform from time to time and be a User of the Platform. In the case of fraud or other suspicious activities, the Company will report all necessary information, including names, addresses and all other requested information, to the relevant authorities dealing with fraud and breaches of the law.
The User acknowledges that once an Instruction is placed it is irrevocable by the User, and once a Transaction is matched, it will proceed to settlement and delivery through the Platform unless the Company purges the Transaction. The User acknowledges that, when a Transaction is entered, the Platform adjusts the records of Tokens and Deposited Currency in the buyer's and the seller's respective Accounts. In addition, the User undertakes to ensure that it retains in its Account sufficient Deposited Currency to meet any regular Fees payable on the Account.
The User is responsible for any tax liability arising from its holding or Transactions in Tokens and will indemnify the Company where the Company is obliged to pay tax on behalf of the User in respect of the User's Account or any Token held, or bought or sold by the User. All intellectual property rights vested in texts, images or any other content found on or related to the Platform are owned by the Company.
Accordingly, Users may not copy, distribute, reproduce, republish, upload, transmit, modify, post, frame-in or otherwise use in any way any such content without the prior express written authorization of the Company. The Company may take any action available in law or equity to protect its intellectual property and to remedy any breach or potential breach of its rights, including by seeking an injunction to prevent a breach of its rights.
The website may include commentary and information on Tokens, the market for Tokens, uses for Tokens and other information, interactive tools, quotes, reports and data concerning Tokens and trading in Tokens and other subject matter. To the maximum extent possible, the Company will identify and attribute all information sourced from third parties. The Company does not explicitly or implicitly endorse or approve the Third Party Information. While the Company takes reasonable steps to ensure that the Third Party Information on its website is correct and up to date, the Company does not verify or validate such information and takes no responsibility for its content or any consequence of any person placing reliance on the Third Party Information.
The Company takes reasonable steps to keep its Platform operational. However, the Company does not warrant, guarantee or represent that:. In addition, the Company warns you that the Platform and the website may be inaccessible at times due to:. Such Losses may include legal fees incurred in defending or responding to such Losses and consequential losses.
This indemnity will apply regardless of whether an Instruction or Transaction was entered in error, but will not apply to the extent that Losses were incurred or suffered by a Company Indemnitee due to its own fraud or wilful default. Mr Mayzus said after BTC-e was shut down, the criminals who had been using the services demanded their money back from him.
Suspicious Activity Reports from other banks were also in the leak, each with their own concerns about Mr Vinnik's companies.
FX Open is an online foreign exchange broker, meaning its users bet on movements in currency exchange rates. The company's headquarters are in Perth, but it is ultimately owned by a company in the Marshall Islands.
Its Australian director, Jafar Calley, confirmed that Mr Vinnik had been a client, but said the accounts involved were frozen. Former Australian Federal Police agent John Chevis said Mr Vinnik's transactions should have aroused suspicion at CBA, and that the bank should have asked more questions about the source of funds. Mr Chevis said if the Commonwealth Bank believed the company was, in fact, a shell company, it should have acted. If no additional information is forthcoming, or if no legitimate source can be established, the transaction should be rejected," he told the ABC.
But the CBA did not stop the transactions, instead, it allowed the company to move millions of dollars — now suspected to be the proceeds of crime — into Australia. A CBA spokesman would not comment on the specifics of the case, but said the bank recognised that it plays a critical role in protecting customers and the community from the risks associated with money laundering. Newspoll: Albanese struggling for support. Britain sends more troops to Dover to clear lorry queues. Covid dominates Christmas messages from Christian leaders.
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