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Blockchain Regulations, ICOs, Mining and Other Issues at the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Australia

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Sydney will become a blockchain capital on May 29, as the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Australia with top experts will take place. The event will gather trusted and respected blockchain leaders from the biggest corporations, who will answer questions regarding digital coins and initial coin offering. 

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Residents of Australia will be able to buy BTC and ETH in Newsstands

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The Australian currency exchange exchanger Bitcoin.com.au made it possible to purchase Bitcoin and Ethereum for Fiat in more than 1200 newsstands throughout the country. "The fact that you can now buy Bitcoin and Ethereum from the same place you purchase soft drinks and stationery really speaks to how institutionalised cryptocurrency has become [...] For anyone who has hesitated about buying Bitcoin because it all seemed too complicated, this is the perfect setup that takes the fear factor out of investing in digital currencies", said Bitcoin.com.au CEO Rupert Hackett.

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Australia has allocated $ 8 million for a blockchain-project in the field of public services

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​The Australian Government has allocated 8 million Australian dollars (about $ 6 million) for the use of blockchain technology in the field of public services. In particular, AUD 2.57 million will go directly to the project, which will be created in the city of Fremantle. Another 5.6 million AUD will be allocated by the partners of the project - the Curtin University, Murdoch University, LandCorp, CSIRO and Cisco.

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