cryptocurrency

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The Australian government has announced a big step towards regulating bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies – what does this mean for the future of the digital assets?

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With the price of Bitcoin and other digital currencies dropping dramatically, what is in store for the digital asset market?

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A significant cryptocurrency donation to UNSW Sydney will support an open-source tool providing early warning of emerging pandemics.

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There are no measures to prevent Russian market participants from using cryptocurrencies to dodge economic sanctions, says UNSW Business School's Elvira Sojli.

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Several things need to happen to ensure the metaverse is a free, decentralised creators’ economy, writes UNSW Business School’s Eric Lim.

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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) may seem like a fad, but they are revolutionising how digital content creators and artists create business models, says UNSW Business School’s Eric Lim.

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New blockchain architecture out of UNSW Engineering allows secure sharing and verification of credentials that has multiple real-world applications.

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Some significant issues need to be resolved before Tesla can accept Bitcoin as a legitimate method of payment, says UNSW Business School's Mark Humphery-Jenner.

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The stage is set for central banks seeking to pull the rug from under Libra by issuing their own digital currencies.

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Cryptocurrencies could lead to significant losses in tax revenue, write Richard Holden and Anup Malani.

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