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  • Blockchain games because we have it now

    If you are like me, the term blockchain can bring in mild anxiety, because it’s a new technology and you feel the need to be well versed with it or its just too much and you’re still figuring out the iPhone X interface. Blockchain, bitcoin, big words, so much going on and that’s pretty much… Read more »

  • Burgerlove X Cryptocurrency, a tasty collaboration

    The crypto trend is slowly creeping into our lives and trying to become evident in every aspect of our lives. This time, you can use crypto to get burgers. I’m all for it. Melbourne’s own burger chain, Burgerlove is now accepting the digital currency, XEM, making them the first fast food restaurant to jump on the crypto… Read more »

  • 5 startups you missed at Pause Fest

    Pause Fest 2018 was amazing, we expressed it. Here’s a list of startups that caught our attention. Vollie Vollie is here to help you make volunteering easy. We all know an online marketplace for various product and services, but Vollie is one that connects people to non-profits, charities and social enterprises for skill-based online volunteering…. Read more »

  • We attended Pause Fest 2018, and we loved it.

    If you missed Pause Fest 2018, you really missed out. Get ready for some major FOMO. The theme this year was ‘Journey = Destination’, and you’ll be chucked into the future and back during the three days.  Talking about tech and beyond This year the speakers were on another level. Speakers from NASA, IBM, Amazon,… Read more »

  • Aussie blockchain startup Power Ledger partners with US to set up renewable energy trading projects

    Australian blockchain-based energy company, Power Ledger partnered with US clean energy not-for-profit Helpanswers to bring peer-to-peer renewable energy trading to North America. The partnership will focus on hundreds of potential projects, covering over 50 Megawatt solar and 50 Megawatt Hour energy storage. The projects will begin in top renewable markets like Texas, Chicago to Washington,… Read more »

  • Hatch Quarter launches Playbook just for international founders

    International entrepreneurs are getting the support they deserved. Co-working hub Hatch Quarter is setting up events and a playbook to support first-generation refugee and migrant entrepreneurs in Victoria.  Meetup events are the first phase of action. InterPreneur meetups aim to build a supportive community for the international people in Australia. It is set up to… Read more »

  • Amazon Vs Alibaba and Taobao

    It’s time to set eyes on the battleground since this e-commerce war is worth witnessing. Amazon and the Alibaba Group are battling against each other to win the crown for the leader of the global e-commerce market. Amazon laid the cornerstone in 1995 as an online bookstore whereas Alibaba came in 1999, nearly five years after… Read more »

  • Order-In Acquired By Rocket Internet

    The Growth of Order-In Order-In, Australia’s leading online corporate catering provider, today announced that it entered into a definitive agreement under which Rocket Internet has acquired Order-In for an undisclosed figure. Launched in Sydney in 2000 with just a handful of carefully selected office caterers, Order-In has grown exponentially in the corporate space, offering high-quality… Read more »