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06 January 2022 • By Maja Garaca Djurdjevic • 1 min read

The mainstream adoption of crypto to continue in 2022

Experts expect more countries to follow El Salvador’s lead and adopt bitcoin as legal tender in 2022. Countries across Latin America and Asia, in ...

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Asset managers throw big money at automation

Manual processing and the availability of automated systems are among the top concerns for financial services businesses. A new survey has found ...

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State Street, Vanguard and Symbiont use blockchain for live trade of FX forward contracts

The three firms have completed their first live trade for foreign exchange forward contracts using blockchain technology. State Street, Vanguard ...

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Binance advocates for a crypto bill of rights

One of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges has pitched the idea of a crypto bill of rights. Binance is looking to bring order to the chaos ...

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Stablecoin could be a rising giant in global finance

Bitcoin and Ethereum are snagging the headlines, but stablecoin could be a rising giant in the global finance landscape. Perhaps because they ...

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Hume says ‘take crypto seriously’

The minister for financial services has said that cryptocurrencies deserve to be approached with caution rather than fear. The federal government ...

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Longo acknowledges ‘extraordinary’ crypto demand

ASIC’s Joe Longo described CBA’s entry into the crypto-trading marketplace as “telling” of the reputation crypto now enjoys in the financial services ...

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Melbourne-based fintech sees valuation swell to US$5.5bn

Airwallex, a Melbourne-based global payments platform fintech, has seen its valuation jump to US$5.5 billion just two months after breaching the US$4 ...

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Chinese crackdown paves way for crypto mining migration

China is no longer the biggest contributor to the global hash rate. Following years of crackdowns by the Chinese government, many of the world’s ...

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Federal government to invest $500m in low emission tech

The Morrison government is seeding a $500 million investment in accelerating the affordability and scalability of low emissions technologies

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