By Peter JonesPublished September 08, 2018 04:25:48It’s not just the big companies that are worried about bitcoin.

In Australia, many big money managers are also starting to question the value of bitcoin.

The Federal Government’s announcement of a $5 million fund to help the crypto-currency’s development was seen as a big win for bitcoin but many of the biggest players in the sector are concerned.

Read more:How a ‘smart’ fund could help Bitcoin growBitcoin, the crypto currency used for online transactions, is a popular option for people looking to get rich.

It can be bought for less than $500 a coin and is traded on the world’s largest online exchanges.

The value of the cryptocurrency has increased dramatically over the last year as the value has grown in value as more people use it to buy goods and services.

But what about the banks and investors who hold these coins?

Is it possible that bitcoin could become a big financial bubble?

Here are five things you need to know about bitcoin:1.

It’s not legal in AustraliaThere is no law on bitcoin in Australia.

But some states have started passing laws to regulate its use, including the Western Australian and Northern Territory, the Northern Territory and Queensland.

There is also no state-run cryptocurrency, although it is legal in some places to hold digital currencies such as bitcoin.

A Bitcoin Australia spokesman said: “The Australian Federal Government has made it clear that there are no restrictions on the use of digital currencies, and that there is no legal obligation for banks to hold bitcoins.”2.

Bitcoin isn’t regulatedIn Australia, there is a new law that aims to regulate digital currencies in a way that makes them more like other assets such as gold.

This includes a limit on the amount of coins a bank can hold.

This would be used by the Treasurer’s Digital Currency Future Advisory Group, which is being led by the Commonwealth Bank.

The group is set to publish its report in the coming months.3.

Bitcoin is a digital asset, not a physical commodityThere is some controversy around the legal definition of bitcoin in Australian law.

For example, in the NSW Supreme Court in 2016, Justice Nicholas D’Agostino, writing for the Court of Appeal, said bitcoin was a digital digital asset.

But Justice D’Ambrosio said the law did not apply to gold, which was a physical item.4.

The biggest cryptocurrency has been around for more than 10 years, but is now a thing of the pastIf you buy gold, you’re essentially buying gold as a physical object, said Josh Garza, a professor of law at Sydney University.

“You can hold gold as part of your portfolio, you can hold it as a share in a company, you’ll hold it on a balance sheet.

You can’t hold it in your wallet.”

Read moreIn other words, you cannot put it in a physical store, like a vault or a vault safe, where you can sell it.

There is a limit to how much gold can be held.

This is in contrast to bitcoins, which can be used as a currency.

The Government says it is aiming to introduce a “gold standard” for cryptocurrencies in 2020, which will make bitcoin the standard.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is also working on legislation to regulate the currency.

But there is some concern about the impact of this on the way cryptocurrencies are regulated.

Some legal experts have argued that bitcoins are still “worth more than gold” and are thus worth less than gold.

If you want to invest in bitcoins, you need a lot of gold to hold them.

But if you want bitcoins to become more valuable, you could potentially hold them on an exchange.

If that happens, the value will drop.

“It will be less attractive to hold gold, because it is more difficult to get gold,” Garza said.

The value of bitcoins has fallen over the years as the price of gold has fallen.

The number of bitcoins that have been issued since the beginning of the year is less than one per cent of what it was a year ago.

Bitcoin’s price fell $10 on Monday to $5,000.

That’s the lowest level since June 2014, according to CoinDesk.