Andrew Bragg
Cryptocurrency

Crypto advocate Senator Andrew Bragg has launched his own digital assets legislation to Parliament

- September 23, 2022 3 MIN READ

The architect of Australia’s first response to regulating digital assets in Australia has lost patience with the new government, issuing his own draft legislation in a bid to push Labor to act on the issue. Liberal senator Andrew Bragg coauthored a landmark Senate Select Committee report into digital asset regulation last year, investigating issues such… Read more »

Andrew Bragg
Cryptocurrency

Senator Andrew Bragg calls for a single act for the Australian government to regulate crypto and blockchain

- March 21, 2022 7 MIN READ

It has been nearly a year since I last addressed Blockchain Australia Week. When I made that address, I  announced that the Select Committee which I Chaired – then called the Senate Select Committee on  Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology – would be extended under new Terms of Reference.  These Terms of Reference would focus… Read more »

Fintech

CRYPTONATION: A Senate committee looking into digital assets thinks Australia could be a cryptocurrency epicentre

- October 21, 2021 5 MIN READ

Australia could be a leader in digital assets and global hub for cryptocurrencies according to a landmark new report by a Senate committee investigating the sector’s potential. The Senate Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre, chaired by Senator Andrew Bragg, is bullish on the possibilites, having investigated issues such as regulation… Read more »

Senator Andrew Bragg
Fintech

‘All we need to do is unlock our technology prowess’: Senator Andrew Bragg on the report into fintech and regtech

- September 3, 2020 5 MIN READ

While Australia officially slips into the first recession in 30 years, it is clear that we need more jobs. But we must embrace technology to be globally competitive. There is no other way. The Senate Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology was established in September last year, and following an extensive round of public… Read more »