The Australian Digital Currency
ADCCA is the country’s leading council and representation of and for digital currency businesses along with other key industry participants
As the Australian Digital Currency business association, our charge is to speak at a national and international level on behalf of the nation’s leading DC businesses.
The organisation’s founding mandate is intended to act as the essential connection between merchants, industry, governments, regulators, financial institutions and influential policy forums which give direction to this emerging industry at home and abroad.
A private sector membership congress, ADCCA is a unique business organisation in Australia with the intention of having our members form a National Member Network made up of the peak economic sectors across the nation.
- Committee and Policy Making
- Industry Standards & Code of Ethics
- Media, Education and Training
- Direction on DC business Best Practices
- Exchange Regulation and Compliance
- Digital Currency Accounting Practices and Standards
- Consumer Protection Standardisation
19/07/16 - Australia Calls for Global Accounting Standards for Digital CurrenciesView Press Release
06/06/16 - ADCCA Submission to Treasury on the proposed application of GST to digital currenciesRead Submission
14/04/16 - Global Blockchain Forum Launched to Build Interoperable Public Policy for $8Bil IndustryView Press Release
21/03/16 - DIGITAL CURRENCY BUSINESSES WELCOME TREASURER’S FINTECH STATEMENTView Press Release
12/04/16 - DIGITAL CURRENCY INDUSTRY CODE OF CONDUCT WOULD HAVE PROTECTED IGOT CUSTOMERSView Press Release
04/08/15 - Australian Senate Bitcoin ReportRead Report
15/06/15 - Canadian Senate releases Bitcoin ReportRead Report
18/03/15 - HM Treausry and UK Chancellor of the Exchequer on Plans to Regulate BitcoinVisit Link
28/01/15 - Chartered Accounts ANZ and Price Water House Cooper Paper on Digital CurrenciesVisit Link
18/11/14 - Senator Matt Canavan speech to the Senate on Digital Currencies & ADCCAWATCH ON YOUTUBE
07/04/15 - ADCCA ConstitutionView File