Blockchain AustraliaTM wins the title of the best Blockchain Development Consultancy of 2021 in the highly acclaimed Australian Enterprise Awards organised by the prestigious APAC magazine.
APAC Insider is an esteemed magazine of Australia; home to the very best news, features, and commentaries from the most renowned people and organisations from a vast array of ever-growing industries all over the country. It is an important resource for more than 160,000 leaders and policymakers who want to stay up-to-date on all the latest developments in the highly competitive business arenas starting from business strategy and analysis to new trends and growth opportunities. Every year they organise the eminent Australian Enterprise Awards in order to honour establishments spanning a wide variety of businesses like construction, banking, mining, oil, life sciences, tourism and emigration, and many more; contributing to the economical strength and international standing of the nation. Blockchain Australia is humbled to win the title of best blockchain development consultancy of 2021 from such a prominent magazine.
Within just 14 years since its inception, blockchain has become a go-to solution in the technology industry, and for good reasons. It is an all-powerful piece of technology that has been revolutionising the way the world works, one industry at a time. It is run by a decentralised network in which transactions are checked by numerous computers spread across the globe on a peer-to-peer basis, with no central authority in charge. The technology also provides its users with separate public and private keys, as well as an immutable ledger, all of which work together to build a deep and somewhat impenetrable fortress against cybercriminals.
In the words of the founder and managing director of Blockchain Australia, Ralph Kalsi,
“The internet is an ever-growing platform that encompasses every part of our daily life. Blockchain is playing a huge role in transforming it.”Ralph Kalsi
Blockchain Australia has been designing personalised and optimised solutions for its customers in the ever-expanding blockchain market and its multi-sector applications, for quite some time. We provide a variety of services, such as developing blockchain-based strategies, converting real-world assets such as art, venture capital funds, and real estate into security token (STO) offerings, and delivering market and company-specific blockchain solutions for startups and founders, enterprise teams, as well as investors and venture capitals. We are proud to have esteemed clients like Ayera that tokenises the art industry with the help of our blockchain solutions; Tremors which shares music with blockchain; peer-to-peer crypto marketplace, Bitlyra; blockchain-based freelance work marketplace, CanWork; and blockchain ledger of medical records, Rhyme.
We have engaged ourselves in a wide range of industries by partnering with businesses throughout Australia. We have made inroads into the fintech industry, thanks to our partner, Fintech Australia, which uses blockchain technology to build an Australian Fintech ecosystem that advances the global economy and culture. Another partner of ours and one of Australia’s most prestigious software companies, R3Corda, which monitors, manages, and synchronises financial transactions among regulated financial institutions, applies our blockchain solutions to address unique business problems in both competitive and highly regulated industries. By joining our partner, ConsenSys, a pioneer in blockchain software engineering, which aims to develop an Ethereum blockchain framework and applications for more transparent, reliable, and stable economic systems, we have made our way towards the development of a more powerful financial infrastructure in the world. Our partner from the legal field, Neolegal, deals with crimes and legal issues particularly in the field of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. We have even made an alliance with the blockchain analysis company, Chainalysis, to pave the way for solving high-profile cybercriminal cases and increasing customer access to cryptocurrencies in a secure manner. We have teamed up with companies like Polygon (previously Matic Network), a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks; and much-celebrated crypto trading platform, Mudrex. Our business also features two of the leading research and review platforms – GoodFirms, specialising in B2B research and review, as well as Clutch, specialising in IT, Marketing and Business services, with whom we have collaborated.
Blockchain Australia’s primary aim is to reshape markets, economies, and society as a whole, by offering innovative solutions based on disruptive blockchain technology and AI; and in the process, eradicating dishonesty, extortion, and unethical behaviour across all industries. So in conjunction with all our business endeavours, we are also involved in blockchain education. We offer training, certifications, and workshops for anyone willing to learn the technology, with the aim of building skills and knowledge as well as raising awareness about it. We wish to lead the way in advanced technological adaptation and connect Australia to the future of technology. With this goal in sight, we have joined the distinguished Algorand Foundation, a non-profit corporation that believes in a free, public, and permissionless blockchain. We are also taking help from the largest and most influential business organisation in Victoria, the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in spreading blockchain technology as far and wide as possible, by registering ourselves as a member of the same.
Some of the leading blogs, magazines, and news sites operating in the blockchain technology and cryptocurrency sphere – Bitcoin Insider, Coinfomania, Chainbits, Bitcoinchaser, and Blockchain News have featured Blockchain Australia on their forums. We foresee further participation from all of our partners and expect to see further blockchain-driven results in the world in the very near future, as the Australian government recently announced National Blockchain Roadmap measures for its 5-year plan to take this technology even further.