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Shuttered Indian Bitcoin Exchange Zebpay Breathes New Life in Australia

By CCN: Singapore-based Zebpay, which operated one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in India, has recently launched its crypto trading solutions in Australia.Starting this week, the new service enables Australian clients to buy Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ripple (XRP), and Litecoin (LTC) with Australian dollars.With our mission

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Australia Opposition Party Promises $2.1 Mln Blockchain Academy Pending May Election Win

Australia’s main opposition party would inject $3 million AUD ($2.1 million) into blockchain technology should it win next month’s federal election, tech news magazine ZDNet reported on May 1.Under plans previously outlined as part of its election pledges, the Australian Labor Party said it would divert the funds to

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Binance Enables Cash for Bitcoin Buying at 1,300 Stores in Australia

On Wednesday, Binance announced the launch of Binance Lite Australia, enabling users to purchase Bitcoin at over 13,000 physical storefronts in Australia.The introduction of Binance Lite Australia comes months after TravelbyBit, a company invested by Binance, allowed users to utilize cryptocurrencies at the country’s major airports.#Binance Goes Down Under, Launches

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Binance Lite Allows You to Buy Bitcoin with Cash from 1,300 Newsagents in Australia

Photo: Binance / InstagramOne of the major world’s cryptocurrency exchange Binance has announced the launch of its new platform dubbed Binance Lite Australia. It will provide Australian residents with an extremely easy way to purchase cryptocurrency using cash. Initially, it will be possible to buy only one crypto – Bitcoin.What Binance Lite Australia OffersThe launch of Binance Lite Australia

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Australia Announces National Blockchain Roadmap and Further Boost to Government Funding

Australia has unveiled a national blockchain strategy and roadmap, with a boost of AU$100,000 (~$71,200) in further funding from the federal government. The news was announced in a joint media release from two Australian ministries on March 18.Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews and Minister for Trade,

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