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Data61 envisions four plausible adoption scenarios of Blockchain technology in Australia in 2030


The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s data innovation unit Data61 has released two reports on long term scenarios involving Blockchain or Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) and immediate technical applications. These reports were funded under the National Innovation and Science Agenda.

The first report, ‘Distributed Ledgers: Scenarios for the Australian economy over the coming decades’, explores four plausible adoption scenarios of Blockchain technology in Australia in 2030.

The study contains analysis, interpretation and foresight, created by Data61 in consultation with subject-matter experts, in order to inform government, industry, and the broader Australian community of the plausible implications of DLT.


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