Leading banks de-banking and throwing roadblocks for fintechs may see the country miss out on the blockchain innovation wave.
Bitcoins may have inspired digital currencies, but central banks and traditional banks have very different plans — and for good reason.
When it comes to global blockchain adoption for digital transformation, China is ahead.
While Australia deliberates, China and Thailand continue the momentum. But it is Indonesia that is sprinting ahead.
The message from regulators is clear: digital currencies threaten their existence.
Media need to do a better job than dismissing voter fraud and call for better accountability. The technology is already here.
The use of blockchain for health code is already streamlining customs clearance between the Chinese mainland and Macao.
RMIT University may have created a new forefront for blockchain innovation. But it was never their first intention.