Australian Government Unveils National Blockchain Strategy and Roadmap, Invests $71,200

coindoo | March 18, 2019

Australian Government Unveils National Blockchain Strategy and Roadmap, Invests $71,200
A recent report made it known that the Australian government has unveiled a national blockchain strategy and roadmap. The federal government has also committed AU$100,000 (~$71,200) in funding for the support of the blockchain industry in the country. This report is a joint announcement from two ministers, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews and Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment. According to the two ministers, the new national blockchain strategy and roadmap is designed to make Australia’s nascent blockchain industry into a global leader.

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