The reserve banks in each country have teamed up to trial a new platform for enabling cross-border transfers denominated in a central bank digital currency.
ASIC’s latest notice alerts investors against trading or investing in any digital currency scheme operated by a platform that does not have an Australian Financial Services license.
The Australian digital currency mining company has filed preliminary documents recently for an initial public offering in the United States in another sign of the booming interest in the blockchain sector.
Fake certificates in the country are going for as low as $13, with vendors touting extra perks for their clients as the trade gets competitive.
Elas Digital has submitted a report to the Australian Senate explaining BSV's capabilities and position in the technology and Bitcoin world.
Binance has of late found itself being called to task by financial regulators in a growing number of jurisdictions, prompting a number of financial institutions to block payments to the site.
The Australian State of New South Wales will pilot a cashless payment program for gamers in the state. This will enable players to use digital wallets to make payments during a trial period at the end of 2021.
On this week's episode of The Bitcoin Bridge, Nick Seymour explains how his company, Farmo, is making devices to collect as much data as possible—and trying out the BSV blockchain to make it more useful.
Prime Technology Services will support the partnership through its MetaStreme platform, which provides enterprise-grade tools capable of processing high volumes of blockchain data transactions.
This year, the agency will be sending letters to around 100,000 taxpayers with digital currency holdings, urging them to review their previously lodged returns.