Blockchain Australia is the industry body that represents Australian businesses and business professionals participating in the digital economy through blockchain technology.
What We Do
Blockchain Australia aims to encourage the responsible adoption of blockchain technology by industry and governments across Australia as a means to drive innovation in service delivery across all sectors of the economy.
Blockchain Australia aspires to see an Australia that leads the world in the adoption of blockchain technology that has transformed the economy and society to achieve significantly greater competitiveness, efficiency, service quality, social engagement and employment.
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Why Join Blockchain Australia
- Industry Networking
- Best-practice Exchange
- Education & Conferences
- International Networks
- Regulatory Engagement
- Industry Standards & Certification
Blockchain technology is used to create and manage trusted digital transactions. A distributed ledger is used to store transactions and other records in a cryptographically connected chain that cannot be altered. This gives all authorised participants full confidence that they have access to an accurate and up to date copy of all relevant transactions with full confidence in the security and authenticity of the records.
Code of Conduct
Australian consumers transacting with a Blockchain Australia Certified Digital Currency Exchange can do so with the confidence that they have passed an external audit confirming compliance with best-practice standards.
Learn more about how the Code protects consumers and find out which exchanges are Blockchain Australia Certified.
Annual General Meeting - Member Update 1st December 2020 Dear Blockchain Australia Member, On the 30th November 2020 Blockchain Australia conducted its Annual General Meeting. Highlights of the Annual General include the following updates - New Board...read more
An Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Blockchain Australia Ltd (ACN 169 053 534) is to be held on Monday, 30 November, 2020 via video conference call. Details of the meeting and key issues for consideration can be found in the Notice of Annual General Meeting. Click here...read more
Blockchain Australia welcomes Steve Vallas into the role of Chief Executive Officer.read more