With a projected global annual value of US$175 billion by 2025, blockchain will be a valuable asset in Australia’s technological portfolio.
Australia has sat at the epicentre of blockchain transformation for a while now, with immense forecasted value over the next few years.
We’ve seen the potential of blockchain for supply chains in the media – and Australian government bodies have taken notice, too.
Battery metals are becoming more important with the rise of sustainability, and Australia is poised to lead in battery metal mining.
Claiming fuel tax credits requires accurate fuel reporting, and many companies don’t have access to this. This is where STAMP Fuel can help.
Governments and communities are becoming more interested in blockchain and implementing policies and regulations around it.
New technologies will change the way we work, but Australia must make some digital changes to be put ahead of the future of production.
Industry 4.0 – or the Fourth Industrial Revolution – is here. Instead of saying ‘one day in the future,’ we’re saying right now.
Many people might not consider blockchain to be the next widespread technology. However, it has more potential for 2019 than you might think.