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After its launch next week, Australia’s first Bitcoin ETF might bring in $1 billion

Financial regulators have approved Australia’s first Bitcoin ETF, which will begin trading on April 27 and potentially see up to.

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Cryptocurrencies to be Accepted by an Australian Convenience Store Chain

According to a report in The Australian, On The Run (OTR), a large convenience store chain, would soon enable support.

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ANZ is the first bank in Australia to mint a digital currency

Australia’s ANZ Bank has become the country’s first major financial institution to produce and accept payment of a stablecoin tied.

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In Australia, FTX has launched cryptocurrency exchange services.

Following the acquisition of a key financial license in Australia, prominent cryptocurrency exchange FTX has fully opened its doors. FTX.

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DAOs may be regulated in Australia under a bill introduced by a senator

At Blockchain Week Australia on Monday, Australian senator Andrew Bragg called for “immediate” regulation of decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) under.

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Meta is being sued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for false cryptocurrency advertisements

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has filed a Federal Court complaint against Meta Platforms, Inc. (previously Facebook), saying.

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As the Australian Open approaches, an Australian tennis star rides the NFT wave

BTC Markets, an Australian cryptocurrency exchange, has teamed up with Ajla Tomljanovic, the country’s No. 2 tennis player, to produce.

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Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, and South Africa launch CBDC pilot collaboratively

The joint endeavour will provide a prototype of DLT shared platforms. Therefore, to allow institutions to settle digital transactions across.

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Fraudulent cryptocurrency investments cost Australians over $25 million.

The total losses from Bitcoin-related investment frauds have now surpassed $18.5 million. Therefore, it is up 44 per cent from.

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Two Blockchain Pilot Projects Bag $4.1M From Australian Government

The Australian government is funding two blockchain-based pilot projects with millions of dollars. Subsequently, to examine the technology’s potential in.

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