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  • Independent Reserve rolls out KPMG Crypto Tax Estimator in world first

    KPMG Australia and Independent Reserve, the largest Australian cryptocurrency exchange, today announced the launch of a new tool to help the traders of cryptocurrencies better understand their crypto tax liabilities. The Crypto Tax Estimator developed by KPMG is a digital tool that plugs directly into Independent Reserve’s user interface, allowing traders to estimate tax obligations… Read more »

  • Myriota and AIMS Partner in tech trial to track Health of Australia’s Tropical Waters

    The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) has deployed the first marine drifters with Myriota’s satellite connected sensors, to keep a pulse on the health of Australia’s waters by tracking currents, sea surface water temperatures and barometric pressure in real-time. The purpose-built sensors record around 160 bytes of data a day including location, with Myriota… Read more »

  • This company Gets Closer to IPO

    Listing on ASX Imminent Revasum, a growing semiconductor equipment manufacturer, today lodged a prospectus with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (“ASIC”) for its initial public offering (“IPO”) and applied to the Australian Securities Exchange (“ASX”) for the listing of its shares (in the form of CHESS Depositary Interests or CDIs) under the code ASX:RVS. The… Read more »

  • Fusion Sport raises $3 million to drive global expansion

    Fusion Sport, a global leader in human performance management software, has raised more than $3 million to expand its global sales and marketing capabilities. The funding round was led by Sydney based venture capital firm Equity Venture Partners (EVP) along with Adrian Di Marco, founder of Technology One, an ASX 150 company. The company has… Read more »

  • Bit Trade partners with Aussie entrepreneurial training provider mnm Institute

    Australia’s longest standing digital currency exchange, Bit Trade, has announced a partnership with leading entrepreneurial training provider mnm institute, to help educate and open up the world of blockchain and cryptocurrencies to entrepreneurs. The cornerstone collaboration is part of a broader ecosystem initiative to connect startup hubs, incubators, accelerator programs, and formal and informal education… Read more »

  • Green Family Invest heavily in Gamified Marketing Technology platform QuizJam

    The family company of well-known West Australian Ian Green, a former owner and Director of Gull Petroleum, has taken just over a 10% stake in QuizJam, a gamified marketing technology and engagement platform. In the latest round of funding and further proof QuizJam is gaining considerable momentum, the Greens invested $590,000 on a pre-money valuation… Read more »

  • Melbourne’s Newest High-tech Makerspace to be Available Next Year

    FAB9 is Melbourne’s newest high-tech open-access makerspace, located in Footscray and launching in February 2019. With a mission to ‘empower inventors to create world-changing products’, FAB9 will feature 5 different labs under one roof, including a timber shop, a metal shop, a digi fab lab, an electronics lab and a CNC lab. Located in an… Read more »

  • Charitizer teams up with Drought Angels to help Australian Farmers

    Caring Aussies would love to donate goods to drought-stricken farmers in remote regions of Australia. But due to the vast distances involved it’s simply not viable. Now it’s possible to sell unwanted goods and donate the money from the sale to Drought Angels for them to distribute on the Charitizer online donation marketplace. Charitizer has teamed up with Drought Angels… Read more »

  • Kiwi Dev Achieves Bitcoin Transaction without using the Web or Power-grid

    It might be possible one day to achieve Bitcoin transactions from literally anywhere in the world, with no internet connection and no electricity. Off-grid cryptocurrency transaction seems to be becoming a reality as yet another developer has managed to send Bitcoin without a data connection, using only low-cost consumer grade hardware. An ingenious developer from New Zealand… Read more »

  • Amazon accidentally made an A.I Recruitment Tool that Didn’t like Women

    E-commerce giant Amazon reportedly had to scrap an A.I recruitment tool because it was biased against female candidates. According to a report from Reuters, Amazon started building the platform in 2014, to help speed up the recruitment process by making it automated and more efficient. It rated resumes out of five, automatically ranking candidates in terms… Read more »