In an effort to make democracy more like technology, Australia's Flux Party is seeking to harness the power of blockchain governance.
As the ethereum community debates a hard fork option to undo losses sustained by The DAO, ANZ is questioning the credibility of public blockchains.
As many as four bidders have claimed $16m in bitcoin recently auctioned off in Australia by Ernst & Young.
More than $19m worth of bitcoin is now being sold at auction, though few details are available on participants involved.
Ernst & Young has announced it will auction $12.9m worth of bitcoin confiscated from a former Silk Road user.
The Australian government has officially responded to a Senate report that offered regulatory recommendations for digital currencies.
The Australian government has proposed several ways to address issues related to the application of goods-and-services tax to digital currencies.
Australian stock transfer company Computershare is working with a UK-based blockchain startup to create securities registries using the technology.
Australia’s securities regulator has suggested it cannot yet intervene in a dispute involving bitcoin service Igot and unhappy customers.
ASX remains committed to its plans for potential blockchain integration even after the man who helped lead the project resigned.