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Session 10a : Blockchain Governance as an Export Industry: Observations for Australia

  • Adelaide Convention Centre North Terrace Adelaide, SA, 5000 Australia (map)

Blockchain Governance as an Export Industry: Observations for Australia

Australia has a unique place in the emerging global blockchain industry. If it positions itself carefully and mindfully, can Australia play a leading role of exporting best practice and governance principles around digital assets and DLTs? What commitment does the Government need to make to facilitating infrastructure and consequently attracting investment into this country around blockchain? What capacity building is required to sell services and these expertise to others. What does Australia need to do to be a leader and should Australia be taking this step at a government level in such an emerging industry? How ultimately does Australia make sure it is attracting investment from the blockchain community and not losing talent and therefore investment to other countries? In this session we explore these questions and look at the experience of other countries through the eyes of our Lead Participants and an example from Malta.

Insight form

MALTA Experience

Lead Participants

Susan Corbisiero, Lead, Services and Technology, Austrade
Nick Giurietto, CEO ADCA
Lorreta Joseph, Fintech & Regulatory Adviser to FSC Mauritius
Kyle Kemper, Technologist, Strategist and Author
Mark Staples
, Senior Principle Researcher, Data61
Tadej Slapnik, Chairman World Blockchain Hub

Comments from

Patrick Byrne, CEO
Anton Roux, CEO ADC Forum

Moderated by

Dr Jane Thomason, Blockchain Quantum Impact