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ANU receives US$1m to study blockchain and law technology

Urgent change needed following Banking Royal Commission: Law scholar

Digital currencies – Reframing the debate

Amid the hype surrounding Bitcoin, the central purpose of “crypto” has been obscured. Until this changes, digital currencies are likely to remain marginalised by regulators, central banks and investment allocators, and also within academia.

The key step is to view digital currencies as providing the necessary incentives for those developing, validating, governing and participating in the decentralised internet. This is a socially and economically worthwhile purpose.

Emotions clouding class action reality

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Updated:  24 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team