Melbourne's first blockchain incubator programme, being launched by the Blockchain Centre, a non-profit knowledge hub, will take on five start-ups over a 10-week schedule.
Acronis president John Zanni notes the only constant in the world is change, which is especially so in the world of tech. So what changes can be expected in 2018?
The Future of Humanity research institute at the University of Oxford, in partnership with United Nations Intergovernmental Organisation Be Earth Foundation, is working with two blockchain Australian startups, MiVote and Horizon State, in a collaboration aimed at accelerating change and innovation to address UN sustainability goals.
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