Australia is a country which occupies the entire continent of the same name. Several prominent Bitcoin companies operate from Australia, taking advantage of its developed economy: Coinjar and Bitcoin.com.au are two examples.
A recent speech by the head of Hong Kong’s Securities and Future Commission stresses the need for ICO regulation.
Australia has taken the lead when it comes to cryptocurrency regulation, and has done so with many positive and balanced intentions
Australia appears to be hoping for Japan-style success as it embarks on its cryptocurrency exchange licensing scheme.
Australian authorities have launched new AML rules for cryptocurrency exchanges.
The UK Treasury has launched a cryptocurrency task force, but do UK financial institutions believe in cryptocurrencies?
The Australian Taxation Office wants to know its tax payers’ opinions on how to tax capital gains and losses of cryptocurrencies.
The UK Treasury will support a crypto task force made up of the Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority, in collaboration with Australia.
Hong Kong financial operator looks to the Australian Securities Exchange as an example in Blockchain tech implementation
The Australian Taxation Office issued a warning about a new kind of scam requesting taxpayers to pay debts via Bitcoin and other crypto.
The Australian Federal Police are investigating two IT employees at the Bureau of Meteorology for illicit use of the bureau's computing power to mine crypto.
The Australian Tax Office is going to take strong action this year to find those who evaded taxes on their cryptocurrency transactions.
Australian crypto exchange Bitcoin.com.au has facilitated BTC, ETH purchasing across more than 1,200 newsstands in the country.
Financial investigators of over 30 nations discussed how to combat the misuse of cryptocurrencies by criminals
Australian public research university RMIT has launched the first Australian university-level course on Blockchain
“Scams” in the cryptocurrency industry have angered Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin as Australia’s watchdog receives over 1200 complaints.