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Blockchain moves to Innovation Hub

30 Aug 2018

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This month, Blockchain Centre Melbourne will be moving into the Victorian Innovation Hub at the Goods Shed in Docklands.

Formerly located in Southbank, the Blockchain Centre does a wide range of work with blockchain technology – used primarily in cryptocurrency.

The move is in partnership with fintech start up Stone and Chalk, which opened a space in the Goods Shed in July. Together, they will use the space to deliver co-working options, run events, incubation and education for its community.

Other specialists in the Innovation Hub include agtech accelerator SproutX, medtech accelerator The Actuator, technology accelerator Startmate and CSIRO’s data analytics experts Data61.

Stone and Chalk managing director Alan Tsen said having the Blockchain Centre in the hub would bolster their community.

“We’re looking forward to further building Australian blockchain ecosystems in collaboration with the team from the Blockchain Centre,” he said.

Blockchain Centre general manager Karen Cohen said: “We are proud of the blockchain community that we’ve built over the past four years – we’ve helped beginners understand blockchain, supported many start-ups in their business journey and launched our own incubator program.”

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