Tag Archives: AUSTRALIA

Australian Government Regulator Has Questions for Blockchain Adopters
  The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has released an information broadsheet on blockchain technology today. The sheet contains [...]
Can Bitcoin Rescue Online Poker in Australia?
  The online poker industry in Australia has seen seismic shifts as of late, with a new ban on online gambling targeting offshore gambling sites. [...]
Australian Finance Regulator Unveils Blockchain Research Effort
  An Australian financial regulator has opened a new innovation center dedicated in part to blockchain research. According to AUSTRAC – the Australian [...]
Standards Australia Unveils Roadmap for Global Blockchain Standardization
  Australia’s national standards authority has unveiled its roadmap as the spearhead in developing international blockchain standards after being [...]
Australian Securities Exchange Makes Progress with Blockchain Tests
  The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) has completed capacity tests of blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) and will continue to [...]
Western Australia’s Mining Companies Urged to Adopt Blockchain Technology
  Resource companies in Western Australia that form a multi-billion-dollar mining industry can benefit greatly from adopting blockchain technology, [...]
FinTech Investment in Australia Increased in 2016; Slumps Around the World
  Analysis has found that investment in Australia’s FinTech startups rose last year compared to the rest of the world. In a report from KPMG, The [...]
Commonwealth Bank Plans More Blockchain Investments in 2017
  One of Australia’s ‘Big Four’ banks has committed to further blockchain investments as it steps up its overall IT spend. ZDNet reports that [...]
Leading Australian Bitcoin exchange ACX acquiring DigitalX Direct customers
  Blockchain Global Limited (BGL) recently announced that DigitalX will onboard all of its existing platform customers to BGL’s Bitcoin exchange [...]
11 Fintech Companies in UK’s Trade Delegation to Australia & New Zealand
  The Department for International Trade (DIT), the UK’s sole government department that negotiates to strike or extend trade agreements between the [...]