Bitcoin Money put out a comprehensive list of recent changes to the market exchanges including currency trading pairs that have been added, and new funding methods that have become available.
It is a long post, but a few highlights:
"Over $100K CAD has traded on [Virtex’s] BTC/CAD exchange, placing them well within the top ten of Bitcoin exchanges, by volume”.
"Exchange Bitcoins, of California, is the only exchange where USD deposits may be made by paper check”.
"Among the funding methods offered by [GetBitcoin] is the ability to buy bitcoins after mailing to them a prepaid debit card”.
"Intersango from the Bitcoin Consultancy — a group that also operates Britcoin, opened its BTC/USD and BTC/EUR markets".
"Another fairly new exchange, Bitcoin7, now accepts SEPA transfers of EUR funds”.
”Mt. Gox recently started accepting GBP deposits using its U.K. banking partner”.
"TradeHill’s BTC/AUD market is just days old but is the only AUD market thus far”.
”Bit currency China has been trading just about a month now. This exchange is the fastest growing of all bitcoin exchanges”.
"The launch countdown clock for Brazilian BTC/BRL exchange Mercado Bitcoin shows a Wednesday launch”.
”BTC-E.com was announced on the Russian forum. BTC-E.com accepts deposits of WebMoney and funds sent through INTERKASSA”.
"Those wishing to add funds from Japan (JPY), Switzerland (CHF), New Zealand (NZD) or Hong Kong (HKD) [can] trade in and out of bitcoin can occur through GoldMoney”.
"Because domestic bank transactions clear faster than international transfers, Bitcoin essentially minimizes the delays. With bitcoin, a slow cross-border payment can instead become two relatively quick domestic bank transfers”.
[Update: Oh look, another daisy! Ruxum, out of Hong Kong, was featured on TechCrunch.]