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A group of Australian companies, providing financial services, united with IBM and the operator of the Scentre Group shopping center to launch a pilot project that would provide bank guarantees for retail leasing to a private blockchain.
A 33-year-old Australian government employee has been charged after he was caught mining cryptocurrency at work. Reported to CoinDesk.
The World Bank and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CommBank) have teamed up to enable recording of secondary market bond trading using blockchain tech. Reported to CoinDesk.
Popular crypto exchange Zebpay has announced that it is going down under. Reported to CoinDesk.
Australia saw a surge in reports of scams involving cryptocurrencies last year, according to the country’s consumer watchdog. Reported to CoinDesk.
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has unveiled a new platform in Australia that allows users to buy bitcoin with cash from high-street stores. Reported to CoinDesk.
An Australian financial regulator is trialing blockchain technology to automate reporting of cross-border transactions by institutions. Reported to CoinDesk.
Australia’s first and fully accredited blockchain course is here. Developed by Australian institute Blockchain Collective and titled the ‘Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain,’ the course comes with eight modules, including six core modules and two electives, Australia’s Finder reports. Reported to CCN.
Australia’s federal science agency and one of the biggest commercial banks in the country say they have completed a successful trial of a prototype blockchain app that aims to make money “smart.” Reported in CoinDesk.
Australia’s leading market operator, ASX Limited disclosed plans being put in place to release blockchain technology for settlements in 2021. The company, however, does not feel overwhelmed by the deja-vu that has trailed the nascent technology, according to a Bloomberg report.