Blockchain Australia have continued to advocate their success in blockchain solutions at Blockchain 2020 in Melbourne, Victoria.
Blockchain 2020 was an exciting event for Blockchain Australia , as event partners and as attendees. The conference was held at the Investment Centre Victoria and discussed the development of the blockchain ecosystem in Australia, particularly in Victoria on the 31st of October 2019. Additionally, this was the first event for the Blockchain Australia team after being recognised as an industry leader and a national advisory firm for blockchain technology at the National Roadmap Conference in Canberra.
A blockchain ecosystem is strategic partnerships between investors, government departments, developers and blockchain companies to decide and agree on standardizations, advancements and regulations of blockchain technology. The conference itself generated lots of interest from industry and blockchain leaders and had a strong focus on building the foundations for blockchain technology and future regulatory framework that is needed. Hopefully, with such system in place we can continue to implement blockchain solutions in much needed industries such as education, finance and government.
Ralph Kalsi, CEO of Blockchain Australia , who is a big part of Blockchain Australia, attended the conference for the team and found the event to be highly successful.
This conference was an amazing opportunity for our team to have an open discussion with industry leaders about the future of blockchain in Australia and how it can compete with global development.
“(It was) great to see the steps being taken for continued collaboration in evolving ecosystems beyond individual silos,” Massie recalls.
Our discussions for this conference were on how we can advance and regulate blockchain solutions to be able to compete with global development such as the United States. Many of our discussions also focused on how we can implement more blockchains into industries within Victoria. Additionally, the Blockchain Australia team were involved in discussing the implementation of blockchain technology within corporation and educational institutions, such as RMIT, and the concerns that these delegates had about blockchain technology.
The outcome of this conference was that we are now a more highly organised collective of blockchain companies and start-ups and that we have a roadmap for future advancements and regulatory framework. In addition, this conference also allowed corporations and institutions to be provided with necessary insight into the effectiveness of blockchain technology and thus we have gained corporate investment into the development of blockchains in Victoria.
This event follows Minister Andrews’ and Minister Birmingham’s announcement in March 2019 to commit to a National Blockchain Roadmap, where Blockchain Australia was named a national advisory firm. The Roadmap is the governments commitment to improve the use of blockchain systems and provide greater opportunity for blockchain to develop in Australia.
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