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05 November 2021 • By Maja Garaca Djurdjevic • 1 min read

Square’s third-quarter profit soars on bitcoin transactions

The US payments platform founded by Twitter’s Jack Dorsey reported a 43 per cent jump in gross profit in the third quarter on the back of a surge in ...

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Aussie fintechs relieved at sensible report, but wary of political realities

Even if it isn’t perfect, the Senate report into Australia’s crypto sector has left industry stakeholders more happy than not. The Senate select ...

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CBA crypto trading expected to lift all boats in local sector

CBA’s entry into the crypto-trading marketplace came faster than local experts expected, but it still leaves room for them to compete

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Pinnacle backs OpenInvest’s 'home-grown' tech platform with $3m

Pinnacle is backing OpenInvest’s new “home-grown" technology platform roll out with $3 million. Pinnacle Investment Management has invested $3 ...

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Senate inquiry proposes laws to turn Australia into leading digital economy

Senator Bragg’s proposed market licensing regime for digital currency exchanges has been met with a welcome reception. The Senate select committee ...

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CBA targets Square with upgraded payment tech

One of Australia’s big banks is giving its payments solution offering a facelift. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is overhauling its ...

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Adviser Innovation Summit 2021 is going digital

One of the most sought-after events on the financial adviser calendar is going online! The Adviser Innovation Summit will be live streamed around ...

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Institutional investors could add $500,000 to bitcoin overnight

Cathie Wood warns against underestimating disruptors, meme-stocks and says that bitcoin is being held back by institutional ...

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NSW set to rejuvenate economy with $3bn green hydrogen investment

The NSW government is looking to lure new investments in the energy sector by backing green hydrogen production in a move said to rejuvenate the ...

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CBA tags in AI to crack down on transaction-based abuse

One of Australia’s biggest banks is leveraging artificial intelligence to crack down on abuse and harassment made using Australia’s payments ...

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