Bitcoin and other Crypto Currencies – 2017 Year in Review

Public interest and knowledge of Bitcoin and other crypto assets saw huge increases throughout the year and currently about 100,000 users per day are entering these markets. Just looking at the increase of the total market capitalisation of all crypto currencies last year points to an amazing year for investors of these assets.

Crypto MC 2017

The graph above represents about a 30 fold increase in the value of all crypto assets.


Bitcoin has had a stellar year regardless of the many controversies and disunity in the  community it rose above it all to once again prove it is king of the cryptos. Futures trading has provided a vehicle for institutional investors wanting to play these markets and combined with the fork of Bitcoin Cash and increasing popularity Bitcoin achieved around a 13x gain for the year. For more information regarding the Bitcoin Fork and what it means for Bitcoin holders refer to our previous blog post Crypto Wars Bitcoin vs Bitcoin Cash

btc -2017

Starting the year at just under $1000  it hit a high around $20,000 USD before ending the year around $13500.

Bitcoin Cash

Created from a Bitcoin fork on August 1st 2017 it has soared from early pricing around $300 to $2500 USD. Bitcoin Cash has gained much traction and has a growing army of fans as the high fees and long confirmation times saw Bitcoin become virtually unusable when peaks in activity occur.

It remains possible that Bitcoin Cash may become the more popular chain in the future and would be able to claim the name ‘Bitcoin’ so anyone looking at getting into Bitcoin now should consider getting some Bitcoin Cash as well.

Bitcoin Cash price chart

Bitcoin Cash price chart from Aug 1 to December 31 2017


Ethereum is a platform designed for the creation of blockchain based applications. As the year saw a large increase in ICO’s or blockchain startups with many built on the Ethereum platform the demand for the tokens has led to staggering growth throughout the year. It has not been all plain sailing as some bugs and vulnerabilities in products built on the platform have led to loss of investor funds however it seems the crypto community is increasingly desensitised to these occurrences as they have almost become common place.

Ethereum price chart 2017

Ethereum started the year at less than $10 USD and saw it out at around the $800USD mark.


Litecoin has benefited significantly from the issues with Bitcoin. As merchants, ATM providers and other crypto businesses are scrambling to integrate other options apart from Bitcoin it is well poised to take up much of the slack. It too has seen large growth throughout the year with many suggesting there are bigger things to come.

Litecoin price chart 2017

Litecoin rose from under $4 to over $200 USD after hitting a high above $350 throughout 2017


Amazing growth for the banksters favourite coin which has defied all criticism and returned excellent results for investors. It delivers ultra-fast low cost transactions and has likely also benefited from Bitcoin’s failings. It is much derided by the wider crypto community as it lacks the decentralised nature of most other options. Many banks are looking at utilising Ripple to facilitate more efficient bank to bank transfers and settlements. It can also provide a gateway between traditional finance and crypto based assets.

Ripple price chart 2017

Ripple rose over 35,000% starting the year at just .6 of a cent to finish at over $2


Top performers 2017

This chart lists some of the incredible growth that took place in Crypto markets last year.

Top crypto gains 2017

One issue to note  with the above list is that it using Bitcoin’s start of year for Bitcoin Cash price which only came into existence in August 2017 and was around $300 so its increase has been closer to 8x.

2018 – What to expect

Adoption rates for crypto currencies are still relatively low and we are only now in the early phase of this technology cycle. 2017 set the stage for what is likely to be an even bigger and better year ahead. 2018 may see blockchain technology enter the mainstream as it progresses to become so ubiquitous that many people will not even realise they are utilising it. An example might be sending $50 in value to a Facebook friend facilitated by crypto currency  in the back end.

This graph highlights just how early in the adoption rates we are for this technology cycle.

Crypto Adoption rates

Many of last year’s blockchain startups will have working products released this year and are expected to disrupt many of today’s traditional business models. Tokens distributed by these businesses primarily for fund raising are often created to be the keys to the software platform they are building. It is envisaged that this will create demand for these tokens and some also offer other utility value enabling passive income opportunities from owning these tokens.

Bitcoin’s dominance in the crypto markets came under severe attack late in 2017. Much of this was due to the scaling issues that crippled the network. This resulted in issues for many providers of bitcoin related services and merchants that accept bitcoin payment.

Other alternatives such as Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ripple and Monero should continue to grow as providers look to integrate alternatives to Bitcoin. Enabling virtually instant low cost transactions will ensure the ability to directly trade crypto currency for a range of goods and services will continue to increase.

As has always been the case the year is bound to have its share of FUD, hacks, scam, government control and all other forms of misadventure but this movement now feels like a serious concern that is here to stay. We expect to see even larger growth this year as main stream adoption of this technology looms closer.

Our list of Cryptos to follow in 2018

There are now literally thousands of crypto currencies. Many will disappear, some are scams or Ponzi schemes but  others will likely be leaders in this space and grow to be as big or bigger than some of the world’s largest companies such as Amazon. As we have been following them for some time and spend extensive time researching many of the offerings available we have compiled this list of currencies, platforms and projects that we believe stand a good chance of sustained growth over the next few years


Bitcoin (BTC) -King of crypto, store of value, the gold standard.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH or BCC) -Wants to be the new king

Litecoin (LTC) – Silver standard faster and cheaper transactions than Bitcoin

Ripple – (XRP) -Bank Investment and lightning fast

DASH – (DSH) -Good governance systems and has privacy options

Dogecoin (DOGE) -Bronze standard and popular with the Koreans cause of cute dog meme.

Vericoin (VRC) -Dual chain that pairs currency with a reserve

Privacy Coins

Monero (XMR) First mover advantage

PIVX – Another popular privacy coin that offers some technology benefits over Monero.

Verge (XVG) – Once known as DogeCoin Dark the rebrand has helped its image and price.

Blockchain Platforms (current and emerging)

Ethereum (ETH) – Large network effect delivering a platform for smart contracts

Ethereum Classic (ETH) – Original Ethereum chain continued after Hard Fork.

Expanse (EXP) – Copy of Ethereum that has taken development in other directions

EOS – Labelled by many as the ‘Ethereum Killer’ headed by Dan Larimer from Bitshares and Steem

NEO – Chinese version of Ethereum

QTUM – Hybrid of Bitcoin and Ethereum

Cardano (ADA) – New and improved version from one of the founders of Ethereum

IOTA – New twist on blockchain to enable machine to machine economies

Tokenised Platforms (businesses on the blockchain)

Populous  (PPT) – Invoice factoring on the blockchain

SALT – Crypto backed lending system

Omisego (OMG) – Asian cross country digital payment network.

Veritaseum (VERI) – Peer to peer capital markets

Pillar (PLR) – Digital asset management applications

TENX Pay (PAY) – Multicurrency wallet linked to Visa debit card

KICKCoin(KICK) – ICO / Crowdfund platform for blockchain based projects

PowerLedger(POWR) – Australian based power sharing system.

Steem – Blogging platform that rewards users with crypto.

There are many more of course and many more will maifest throughout the year but this is a good list to get started with. If you want our opinion on any others hit us up on our Facebook page and we will let you know what we think.

We would advise anyone to be very wary of certain money generating coins such as USI-Tech and Bitconnect they have many of  the trademarks of traditional Madoff like ponzi schemes and while they have made returns for people they are likely to to collapse at some stage and are also attracting plenty of attention from regulators and authorities.

How to get started

For anyone considering getting into crypto currencies we would advise that you take the time to understand wallets and exchanges and start off with some small amounts to get confident in how to use the currencies. Australian based exchanges such as Coinjar and Cointree are good starting places that will enable you to exchange dollars for Crypto assets.

Never invest more than what you are prepared to lose as while we would hope the growth continues they could also potentially go to zero. There are many other traps for new players that could see you lose your money. As most third parties are removed through this system the responsibility rests firmly on the owner to protect their assets.

FNQ Computers are the region’s leading blockchain and crypto currency advisors so if you need help to navigate the  hurdles to entry then one of our personalised one to one training sessions may be a great way to start. Contact us to today to start your journey into what has been life changing for many involved today.

*** Disclaimer – This post should not be construed as investment advice. We are technologists who trust in cryptography and not investment advisors. ****
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Crypto Wars: Bitcoin vs Bitcoin Cash

What is Bitcoin Cash?

Bitcoin Cash was formed from a hard fork in the Bitcoin blockchain that occurred on the 1st of August this year. A hard fork essentially is a split in the chain and as long as each side gets support from miners and users then they can continue as crypto assets in their own right.

The support for Bitcoin Cash came from a powerful group of Bitcoin supporters and miners that had run out of patience with the lack of consensus from miners, developers and other stakeholders to implement measures to enable Bitcoin to scale to meet the increasing demands being placed on the network.

If you were a holder of Bitcoin on August 1st then as long as you control your private keys then you will also have the same amount of Bitcoin Cash. Most online wallets and exchanges have also decided to support Bitcoin Cash and deliver proceeds to the owners of the Bitcoin.

Bitcoin vs Bitcoin Cash

Why is scalability important?

The last week has been a great example of how the current state of Bitcoin is far from meeting the expectations of its design as originally outlined in the now infamous Satoshi Nakamoto white paper published in 2008.

A simplified version can be found here:

Or the original paper can be downloaded here:

Bitcoin was supposed to be an electronic cash system that was virtually instant and free to use however as is currently the case currently when the network becomes overloaded delays and fees for sending transactions on the Bitcoin network rise substantially.

Transactions in the past week or so have taken days to be confirmed and incurred fees as high as around $100 USD. The unconfirmed transaction list or mempool has been as high as 220K while the network is really only processing about 3-4 transactions per second.

State of Bitcoin fees on 8/12/2017

BTC Fees

Two main schools of thought have become divided over this issue while some maintain the answer is as simple as removing what was a temporary blocksize limit of 1mb others say this is unsustainable and we need to add other layers to Bitcoin and solve most of the issues off-chain.

What is the best way forward?

Never has an issue divided the crypto community as deeply as this fork of Bitcoin Cash. There are so many misguided opinions, lies, disinformation and personality attacks coming from both sides that it is very hard to get to the facts of the matter however we have conducted what I would consider a high level of forensic technical research to hopefully be able to provide some guidance.

Our research is from a technical standpoint and this can be completely at odds with investment research. In a nutshell we find it very hard to make the case that Bitcoin with the addition of Segwit and other off-chain scaling solutions can be considered to be the real Bitcoin.

Bitcoin Cash is more in line with the original design of Bitcoin and is proving itself capable of living up to the expectation of the system. Lifting the limitation enables the blocks to scale to larger sizes when required to facilitate the increased volume of transactions. This is very simple to implement without adding unnecessary complexity to the Bitcoin network that will increase the attack surface potentially introducing vulnerabilities to the original design which has proven its effectiveness over the last 8 years.

Scaling is an issue that needs to be resolved yesterday waiting another 18 months for solutions that may potentially fall short of expectations is far from adequate. Advances in computational power, storage and network bandwidth have increased significantly since the 1MB limit was imposed to counter network spamming. Demands of scaling should be far outstripped by technology advances for some time to come and by then other measures could be implemented but in the meantime there is no good reason we can find not to follow the KISS principle.

Bitcoin today as much as pains us to say it has next to zero utility value. It is way to slow and expensive to use as a currency and has seen a decrease in merchants acceptance over the last couple years. Without the utility value that made Bitcoin great it really only serves as a ‘store of value’. It is no longer capable of helping lift people out of poverty as the fees make small purchases unviable and it seems to be fast becoming another rich man’s (or woman’s) asset.

Our team here at FNQ Computers have decided as a result of our findings that we will support Bitcoin Cash moving forward in all ways we can and I know many other merchants that want to be part of the crypto currency revolution are doing the same.

In conclusion we would certainly not advise anyone to go sell all their Bitcoin for Bitcoin Cash but I would  advise any new Bitcoin investors to also consider buying Bitcoin Cash as it is quite possible that one day if it receives enough support from users and miners then it may just simply become known as Bitcoin.

As the region’s leading crypto and blockchain experts we are always happy to assist people with any aspects of owning, storing and trading crypto assets and if you need help to extract your Bitcoin Cash from your Bitcoin wallet then get in touch with us today.

Disclaimer: Our opinions expressed here should not be construed as investment advice. We are technologists that trust in cryptography.
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OneCoin – Scam or investment opportunity?

Onecoin Scam or Opportunity.

What is Onecoin?

Onecoin is an Multi  level marketing scheme that claims to have developed a digital currency platform superior to Bitcoin, It is a fintech company aiming to be a global leader in digital currency payments. It utilises a familiar pyramid structure  of building an affiliate network that recruits others to buy into the scheme so they can make commissions on those sales. If their own numbers are to believed they have built an impressive network and have a market capitalisation  second only to Bitcoin.

The story according to Onecoin all sounds great but unfortunately has little basis in reality. The core problem is that the currency only exists within the company and has no real world purpose or value. Unlike other cryptocurrencies it is not traded on open markets, has no private wallet, public blockchain, technical documentation or open source code that can assist in backing up any of its claims.

Why do we care?

Recently Onecoin is increasingly being promoted in our local area. We have been aware for sometime that this is not your typical cryptocurrency and have shared some stories on our facebook page. As we have maintained an interest in all aspects of the blockchain revolution for some years we hope that sharing our thoughts and knowledge on the subject might assist some people to further examine the claims made in these presentations so that they can make a more informed decision before investing their money.

Why do we think it is a scam?

Onecoin’s business model preys on the fact that most people do not understand the details of how blockchain and digital currency technologies work. When you buy into the network you are paying insane amounts of money for educational packages that must be designed to brainwash and misinform judging by the levels of knowledge and avoidance of facts displayed by most Onecoin supporters.

Amazingly on Onecoins only market  its value only ever goes up even as they increased the total limit of coins from 21b to 121b.  Prior to it being shutdown pending the IPO they publish the value of a coin to be over 7euro however it only has the buying power of 10-50cents on their own ecommerce platform which really just lets you buy more packages of hype. These simple facts alone should tell anyone with even a cursory knowledge of how markets work how ridiculous their claims are.

They will argue that they are not a Ponzi scheme as they are actually selling something of value but even this would seem to be a dubious claim. If someone wants to educate themselves on this subject then a few mouse clicks and a lot of reading will provide real information for free. The only reason I can see why people buy into it is the promoted belief that the tokens you receive with your package (that allow you to ‘mine’ Onecoins) will one day make you rich as they predict the coins will continue to rise in value over the next few years. The more you spend the more ‘Ponzi tokens’ you receive.

A simple google search just on ‘onecoin’ will reveal a plethora of articles regarding bans and investigations into the company practices around the world.  Leading cryptocurrency experts and publications that have commented on this matter come to the same conclusion. The defensiveness of the onecoin affiliates is disturbing and the desperation in their words should be a red flag for anyone doing their due diligence before handing over hard earned cash.

If Onecoin ever does become bigger than bitcoin and reaches the heights of facebook and so forth then it will at some stage have to legitimise itself and trade on open markets. If this ever occurs there will be a much safer opportunity to profit from it as then a fair market value will be realised which is likely to be far less than the current manipulated value. It can then be freely traded for fiat or other digital currencies instead of its current state of being pure hype and promise.

I do not intend to cause offense to most people promoting this vapourware. They are incentivised to sell these packages to others and although not necessary it is their only real chance of getting some return on investment at this point. Unfortunately good people get caught up in the idea of the ‘next big thing’ and to a large degree they are right blockchain technology is exactly that but I do not see Onecoin as part of that future.

For more detailed information regarding the onecoin scam this article provides an excellent overview

Buyer Beware! The Definitive OneCoin Ponzi Exposé


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Bitcoin – The year in review


Bitcoin 2016

Bitcoin just fell just short of the $1000 USD mark at years end but it broke through the barrier on the first day of 2017. It has been an another awesome year for investors more than doubling in price. Unlike last time it hit such heights late in 2013 this time it fells more genuine and inspired by real growth instead of just hysteria that sent the price too high too fast.

Bitcoin 2016

Bitcoin’s growth.

Some factors I think may have contributed to this years growth.

  1. China’s continued devaluation of the Yuan.
  2. Concerns around the state of the global economy and USD.
  3. Government wars on cash such as witnessed recently in India and now being discussed here.
  4. Venezuela hyperinflation
  5. Ethereum a rising star in the digital currency world suffered many setbacks resulting in trust issues which turned peoples attention and money back to Bitcoin.

Issues facing Bitcoin

It’s most pressing issue to date is to do with blocksize limitations that effects transaction times and scalability. These problems can be resolved but the decentralised nature of Bitcoin ensures that consensus is always difficult. Personally I do not see this as a great problem and prefer to see it focussed  as a trusted repository of wealth and a replacement for global currency transfers similar to the swift system today. There are many other digital currencies that can better handle day to day and smaller transactions efficiently.

Whats ahead for 2017.

It is always hard to be sure especially with all things Digital it could go to $0. Although to date it has remained secure that could change. Having said that if it continues to maintain its track record then it will only become more popular and easier for people to use. There will never be any more than 21 million Bitcoins once they are all mined. If popularity continues to grow then it makes sense that the price will continue to rise and longer term predictions of 10,000 USD and above are certainly not out of the realms of possibilities.

Bitcoin and other forms of digital currency are on the precipice of mainstream adoption. They will start impacting all our lives in the very near future. I would advise anyone that wants to listen to get yourself a stake in this future. Most analysts I have read that are friendly to digital currency recommend 5-10% of an investment portfolio in digital currency with 80-90% in Bitcoin and the rest in a few others like Ethereum, Monero and DASH

Owning Bitcoin

There are many ways to own and store digital currencies and although some care needs to be taken as some are less secure than others it really is a lot easier than many people realise. I won’t expand further on these at the moment and will do a post on this sometime. It is also important to note that you do not have to buy a whole bitcoin they are divisible to 8 decimal places so you can purchase any dollar amount you like. If you are interesting in exploring the possibilities of owning digital currencies but unsure how to proceed then get in touch with us for professional advice.

Disclaimer: We are technologists not investment advisors and whereby we are fans of digital currency we do not intend our comments on this matter to be construed as investment advice.





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Beginners Guide to Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin Logo

FNQ Computers offer in depth training in safe use of Bitcoin and other Crypto Currencies so we published a basic introduction for the uninitiated.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin came into existence in 2009 as an open source, peer to peer decentralised payment network or cryptocurrency. It has no central control such as a bank but instead relies on a distributed network of computers to maintain a ledger of all transactions which is called a blockchain. Bitcoin can be used to buy and sell goods and services online and increasingly in the physical world as well.

A user of Bitcoin has a wallet which stores the coin so it is as simple as sending coins or tiny fractions thereof from one wallet to another. Once received in your wallet you can store, trade or convert back to dollars. Although fees for trading bitcoin are small other fees normally apply for converting dollars to bitcoin and vice versa. Maintaining ones own wallet effectively gives the user the power of a bank on the bitcoin network.

The Blockchain.

Regardless of the success or failure of Bitcoin and others the blockchain has proven to be a more secure and efficient means of storing and exchanging stuff on the internet. Many projects around crypto currencies today are not really about currency exchange but are focussed on other forms of storage and exchange such as smart contracts and secure decentralised data storage. Leading global banks have been looking into blockchain technology and how they can integrate it into their systems to enable efficiency and security improvements and  recently conducted tests of interbank trading utilising Ethereum and its blockchain technology.

Popular Crypto Currencies


Our Top 3 easy to buy, trade and store cryptocurrencies.

1. (Gold) BitCoin the best known and most commonly used digital currency. It currently has a market capitalisation of $6.5Billion.

2. (Silver) LiteCoin has been around since the early days and although overshadowed by Bitcoin it has maintained value, grown in acceptance and does have some enhancements over Bitcoin such as faster transaction times.

3. (Bronze) DogeCoin started as a bit of a joke or a meme coin but built up a popular following and although has failed to take it’s believers ‘to the moon’ as yet it has persisted as one of the more commonly used coins.

Some other popular currencies are focussed on using the blockchain technology as a basis for transferring and storing assets other than currency. Ethereum and MaidSafeCoin have received some recent attention and significant increases in their market capitalisation. Currently it is 320million and 23million USD respectively. Although it is likely this technology will  impact many areas of our lives it is only early days and they are  experiments that could fail.

With that said it is possible to see a big upside potential for these and other projects if industry adoption comes to fruition at some stage. Just as we all  would have loved to fill our wallets up with $3 Bitcoins a similar opportunity may exist today with some of its alternatives.

For a list of coins including price information visit

Risks of Digital Currencies.

Storing and exchanging value in digital form is risky business. Some of these risks are out of  any individuals control but most can be mitigated against using  secure practices in handling digital assets. Cold storage and paper wallet techniques are the safest methods for storing digital currencies and if trading in these currencies then would recommend only keeping what you need sitting in cloud based trading platforms or wallets at any time.

Computer hard drive failure accounts for many lost coins but this risk can be diminished with good backup procedures and storage of copies of your wallet data. Wallets should always be encrypted so then you can safely store copies of your wallet in cloud storage and other locations. Most of the security scandals that have erupted around Bitcoin over the years have been related to these cloud based platforms and wallets being hacked and thieved of their balances.

Why Invest in Crypto Currencies?

Disclaimer: We are technologists not investment advisors and whereby we are fans of digital currency we do not intend our comments on this matter to be construed as investment advice.

Investing in Bitcoin and other digital currencies is not for the faint hearted. It is risky on many levels and comes with no guarantee that they will retain any value. However in a world where financial markets seem to be spinning out of control with measures such as quantitative easing, negative interest rates and bail-ins now part of our financial landscape it is possible that alternatives to existing currencies could benefit from increased havoc in the traditional markets and economies.

This was evident during the Cyprus banking crisis when Bitcoin skyrocketed to over $1000US per coin and similarly has seen steady gains since late last year as investor panic seemed to set in on world financial markets. With only around 15million Bitcoin available at this time scarcity is assured and if demand increases then the price should reflect this. Bitcoin is currently trading at about $44o USD per coin. As the coin itself is divisible down to 8 decimal places it can be bought in much smaller portions than a full coin.

Today it possible to have a Visa debit card usable at any ATM that is linked to an account of Bitcoin instead of currency in the bank. This could lead to a greater use of Bitcoin in the general population and enables any retailer with eftpos facilities to effectively accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. With many exciting projects around the blockchain that could redefine the way in which we securely trade and store anything of value on the internet we are predicting a big future for cryptocurrencies and related blockchain technology but the reality is that the most successful of these to emerge in the future may not even be developed yet.

If you are considering a position in this market but don’t know where to start you can contact us and we will try to answer any questions you may have. For those that see the benefit of diversifying  a small portion of their investments in this space and are prepared for the risk then the potential rewards could be huge.


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As much as the NBN is a welcome relief for many in the area and will assist regional development unfortunately I fear it could fall short in providing North QLD with effective future proofed telecommunications services.

NBN promised us a level playing field but I fail to understand how they can make this claim when they only provide services to your local Point of Intersect (POI) which for us is Cairns. This means that the ISP has to get the data from the POI to the Point of Presence (POP) the closest being Brisbane.

There is very limited capacity of fibre between Cairns and Brisbane with little competition and high prices for those services. Therefore it is natural to conclude that ISP’s will have to sell the same bandwidth many more times over than they would in an area with access to more capacity and competition. This could adversely affect the quality of the service over time as has been experienced by users of the NBN interim satellite.

Our local levels of bureaucracy appear asleep at the wheel and are happily ignorant of all things involving technology preferring to sing its praises than assess its worth. As we become increasingly dependent on technology I believe it is important that they take time in understanding and addressing related issues.

If NBN are serious about creating a level playing field then they should be carrying our data all the way to Brisbane and shame on our local bureaucrats for not holding the Government to account over this.

Posted in NBN, Technology

Investing in Bitcoin


Current economic market turmoil has increased interest in Bitcoin and other crypto currencies. Many well informed investors are warning of economic catastrophe for this year. If they are right then a good case can be made for the  increase in demand for alternate currency as witnessed in the Cyprus banking crisis.

Along with precious metals digital currencies could have huge upside potential in the not to distant future especially if the economic crash that many predict comes to fruition.

Numerous risks exist when investing in bitcoin and other digital currencies.  Price volatility, cyber theft, computer crashes, system flaws, government regulation and community disharmony are all serious issues that could spell disaster for personal holdings or the value of the currency itself.

Blockchain technology (the building blocks of digital currencies) is set to transform the way we move money and other assets around the globe. It has the potential to be the basis of how we trade everything from music and movies to houses and land in a digital economy that has exposed many of the weaknesses of traditional currency exchange.

There are ways to buy and store digital currencies that eliminate many of the inherent risks that have seen investors lose their holdings. Cold or offline storage is the safest way to secure your investment and we can provide these services through our cold storage facility.

If you want to know more about how you can securely invest in Bitcoin or other digital currency then contact us today for an obligation free chat about this emerging market that might help protect your financial future.


We are not investment advisors and do not intend this post to be investment advice. We advise all readers to research the subject themselves before considering investing in digital currencies.




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We Have Moved!!!

FNQ Computers

FNQ Computers and Prime Technology Services have moved to our new premises located at 2/36 Mabel St Atherton



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Atherton Free Wi-Fi

Atherton Free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is now available in Atherton CBD thanks to an initiative of the Atherton Chamber of Commerce, FNQ Computers and other participating local businesses. Any local businesses interested in knowing how they can contribute and benefit from this initiative are invited to contact the ATCC or FNQ Computers.

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A day on the Green @ Irvinebank

Leanne Tennant

Well done to all involved in what was a great day at Irvinebank. The weather was fine the music was great and the beer cold what more could you ask for.

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