Software firm Agile Digital, secure cloud provider Vault Systems and the federal Department of Health have collaborated to demonstrate proof-of-concept of a system where blockchain technology can be used to help data scientists analyse the data of patients and not violate their privacy.
Companies involved in blockchain technology have expressed disappointment at the relatively small allocation of $700,000 in the Federal Budget for Australia's Digital Transformation Agency to explore areas where blockchain technology could offer the most value for government services.
Australian-listed blockchain focused game developer and publisher, Animoca Brands, has announced a joint venture to develop a cryptowallet application aimed at “educated everyday users” with little knowledge of digital currencies.
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