There’s more competition between the Block Chain three. First RMIT established a block chain study centre, then Monash U announced it will create a cryptocurrency exchange and on Monday UniMelb said was establishing a digital qualification record using a BC. Now RMIT is hosting the BlockChain Association of Australia’s Smart Cities Hackathon, “utilising IOT, blockchain and big data to introduce smart technology to solve real world problems, in one of Australia’s largest cities.” It runs from Friday week to the following Sunday.
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