Australian Senate inquiry into bitcoin set to be announced, as industry group ADCCA advocates self-regulation9:51PM | Friday, 19 September 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas
Digital currency industry body Australian Digital Currency Commerce Association (ADCCA) has advocated a self-regulatory framework, ahead of a Senate inquiry into cryptocurrency.
Australia is at risk of becoming one of the last developed markets in the world to act in support of equity crowdfunding, according to the founder of equity crowdfunding platform Equitise, Chris Gilbert.
Build and they will come. Except everybody knows that’s not how it happens. It was the harsh reality for AngelCube’s 2014 intake that this was also the case for their San Francisco demo day.
New South Wales independent Sydney MP Alex Greenwich says he finished a two week stint at Sydney co-working space Fishburners with more awareness of the problems facing Australian startups.
Applications have opened for the next Carnegie’s Den, as two of the finalists from its last event remain locked in negotiations for investment.
Could your Nest do with a little more Zen? Meet the Aussie startup building a simpler, smarter thermostat9:38PM | Friday, 5 September 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas
Melbourne-based startup Planet Innovation has raised nearly $50,000 on crowdfunding site Indiegogo in just days for a device called Zen, which it claims is the first thermostat that is not either “extremely unattractive” or “too complicated to use”.
After compiling everything it needed for a Kickstarter campaign, the Ninja Blocks team decided to completely scrap all they’d done, rather than publish a campaign they didn’t believe in.
Australian technology startup BlueChilli Group today announced it had closed an $5 million round of investment, led by the Myer Family Investments and Internode founder Simon Hackett.
Australian startup FinSuite has been selected as one of eight companies to participate in the 2014 FinTech Innovation Lab Asia-Pacific accelerator program.
The growth of Startup Grind events in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide has mirrored the growth of the Australian startup ecosystem.
The first batch of Muru-D startups are going to be a difficult act to follow, according to Muru-D co-founder Annie Parker.
Where to launch entrepreneurial crowdfunding projects and other top tips for successful Indiegogo campaigns8:54PM | Monday, 25 August 2014 | Kye White
The amount of funds raised by Australian Indiegogo campaigns has increased by 40% over the past year.
Charitable fundraising startup Shout raises $1 million in capital, plans to raise its voice in America8:36PM | Thursday, 21 August 2014 | Broede Carmody
Australian micro-donation fundraising platform Shout for Good has announced it is expanding into the US market after raising $1 million in capital last month.
Australian tech startup Squixa has released the second version of its cloud-based website acceleration platform, having recently completed a funding round.
ECAL, a global events marketing platform, has raised $2 million from investor and former Dodo Internet founder Larry Kestelman’s Oxygen Ventures, after winning The Big Pitch.
Last year US-based scientist Patricia Brennan was forced to defend the National Science Foundation’s decision to fund her study in duck genitalia, something the scientific community regarded as totally legitimate.
Australian event-led startup Venuemob has announced additional funding from investment group Sydney Angels, raising $530,000.
There were supposed to be just nine pitches at the Telstra-backed Muru-D accelerator’s demo night, but in reality there were many more.
Freelancer's Matt Barrie argues the ASX will become the primary means for technology companies to raise equity in Australia.
Promoting it as the “World’s Best Internship” Sydney-based startup Alphatise is offering a “career starter” to an Australian university student with a $50,000 salary package and an additional $50,000 worth of shares in the company, a new Nissan Juke worth $25,000, plus a laptop and phone.