'In a world of bits, who needs to bash metal? Now Facebook has changed its name to Meta, and has announced that it’s spending $10 billion this year on augmented reality and virtual reality, which it calls the “Metaverse”.'
An increasing number of Australian companies are looking to democratise the world of gaming through cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, in a rapidly growing industry worldwide.
In a first for an Australian bank, CBA on Wednesday said it would allow its customers to trade in up to 10 cryptocurrencies including bitcoin through its app, citing a surge in demand from younger clients.
Australian fund manager BetaShares is set to list an exchange-traded fund made up of a round of crypto ventures on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) amid a whirlwind of fund launches geared towards giving investors exposure to crypto assets via global exchanges.
Investor Mark Carnegie talks about his new Cryptocurrency Fund, the difference between Ethereum, Bitcoin and the other 4,498 cryptocurrencies and how you shouldn't be in crypto without a crazy person.
Bitcoin is like cash for the internet: money you can send directly to another person, without the need for banks, payment processors, or middlemen of any kind. It’s a simple idea, but it’s underpinned by some powerful and complex technology.
There are some mixed feelings about investing in cryptocurrency as it is a high-risk investment with high market volatility, but with this risk comes the potential for your investment to be as highly profitable as the hype suggests.
After a remarkable 2020, 2021 is shaping up to be a stellar year for cryptocurrencies. But with literally thousands to choose from, how do you know which ones are worth paying attention to?
With the recent buzz and all-time highs for cryptocurrency, more and more people are not only beginning to catch on but are wanting to take part. The unfortunate side to this? People jumping on the bandwagon without a full understanding of their investment and without specific goals in mind.
Australians have proven enthusiastic early adopters of this new suite of technologies. The government has backed development through investment together with clear regulation, paving the way to make the country a hub for blockchain services.