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Advocacy РPolicy development and thought leadership 

An active voice for the industry.

Blockchain Australia encourages and advocates for the adoption of blockchain technology across industry and by local, state and federal governments across Australia. Recognising that the development of blockchain and DLT environments is a mechanism to drive innovation across all sectors of the digital economy.

Working Groups

Blockchain Australia advocacy initiatives include the development of working groups to support the work of the association. Working groups are tasked with exploring the state of identified use cases, economic opportunities and regulatory settings and perimeters. In so doing, they identify the barriers to adopting blockchain and make recommendations that consider industry wide views of sectoral issues.





Code of Conduct

The Blockchain Australia industry Code of Conduct establishes a benchmark for best practice. Developed in consultation and collaboration with industry professionals who seek to elevate the standing and transparency of the sector.


Gender & Diversity

We believe there is strength in diversity.

Advocacy at Blockchain Australia includes a commitment to promoting a culture within our organisation and ecosystem that embraces diversity and inclusiveness at all levels so that individuals contributing and that are seeking to contribute to the responsible adoption of blockchain technology in Australia feel safe and supported to do so.

Parliamentary Friends of Blockchain

The Australian Parliamentary Friends of Blockchain is a bi-partisan group of members of the Commonwealth Parliament who are interested in the potential for blockchain technology to transform most areas of the Australian economy and society.

The Co-Chairs of the Australian Parliamentary Friends of Blockchain are Senator Susan McDonald and Hon Ed Husic MP.

2021 Event details COMING SOON!


Our Constitution

The Blockchain Association Constitution establishes a framework for the operation and conduct for the organisation.