What We Do
Blockchain Australia encourages and advocates for the 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.
At the core of Blockchain Australia’s value to both its members and the broader community is the expertise of those who are working to build web3.
Those experts serve to inform others and drive the policy and regulatory agenda. They do so by understanding the implications involved in the development of blockchain technology.
They apply that knowledge through the communication of that information across a variety of working groups that address and impact the most critical and topical challenges facing the industry. Developing all facets of blockchain in Australia.
Code of Conduct
Leadership acts to raise awareness.
Standards act to define best practice.
The implementation of best practice provides the mechanism for industry leadership to be identified, Blockchain Australia expects its members to uphold the highest of standards and to strive to raise the profile and reputation of the industry.
Blockchain Australia is Australia’s peak industry network for businesses implementing or evaluating blockchain or distributed ledger technology.
Collectively, Blockchain Australia members and the industries they service advance the adoption of blockchain technology in Australia. The members and industry partners work together to advocate for appropriate regulatory and policy settings.
The amplification of projects is a priority of the organisation.
A professional member is an individual who wishes to take advantage of the network, promotions, news, education and events.
Small & Medium Enterprise
SME’s are the engine room of economies. Researching, developing or operating a blockchain centric business model.
An enterprise business with an interest in the development or deployment of a blockchain technology, directly or through associated service delivery.
Startup & Scaleups
A blockchain startup and scale up is building their business.
From pre-revenue ideation to a launch pad for growth.
Digital exchanges, virtual asset service providers & digital wallet providers. The backbone of the digital asset space.
International businesses with an interest to take part in the Australian ecosystem. Committing to delivering value to those who operate in the jurisdiction.
Unfortunately scams and scammers exist in the cryptocurrency and blockchain sector.
They prey on people’s insecurities, lack of knowledge and are opportunistic. The best defence to these fake opportunities is to be aware of the tactics used to deceive.
Education is the best line of defence.
Blockchain in Australia is thriving and bursting with stories. We showcase news, events and updates from our members.
Coinbase is building the cryptoeconomy – a more fair, accessible, efficient, and transparent financial system enabled by crypto. The company started in 2012 with the radical idea that anyone, anywhere, should be able to easily and securely send and receive Bitcoin. Today, Coinbase offers a trusted and easy-to-use platform for accessing the broader cryptoeconomy.
We are delighted to announce that Labrys has become a member of Blockchain Australia. Labrys is a global leader in blockchain product development. They design, develop and launch products using blockchain technology.
As a global technology company in the payments industry, Mastercard’s mission is to connect and power an inclusive, digital economy that benefits everyone, everywhere, by making transactions safe, simple, smart and accessible. Mastercard and Blockchain Australia will collaborate to advocate, educate, elevate and connect with experts and other businesses to scale and secure Australia’s blockchain ecosystem.
Updates of interest to the ecosystem and the key developments for those participating in the cryptocurrency and blockchain sector.
Ethereum: The Merge
Ethereum: The Merge Harry Papacharissiou, Chainlink Labs On September 15th at exactly 4:43PM AEST, block height 15537394, Ethereum transitioned from the Proof of Work (PoW) consensus algorithm to Proof of Stake (PoS), much to the delight of the tens of thousands of...
Certification achieved for Banxa under the Australian Digital Currency Industry Code of Conduct
Certification achieved for Banxa under the Australian Digital Currency Industry Code of Conduct Blockchain Australia is very pleased to announce that Banxa has achieved certification under the Australian Digital Currency Industry Code of Conduct. The Australian...
AUSTRAC works with businesses to target ransomware and criminal use of digital currencies
AUSTRAC works with businesses to target ransomware and criminal use of digital currencies AUSTRAC has released two new financial crime guides to help businesses stop ransomware attack payments and the criminal abuse of digital currencies. Cyber-enabled crime is an...
Blockchain Australia recognises that relationships matter, that the strength of the networks built across borders aid both local and international ecosystems alike. For that reason, we prioritise the development of strong ties with jurisdictions that seek to foster collaboration. Our international partnerships and initiatives include