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"Australia can be a leader in digital assets. This means Australians can access new choices and lower prices. It means Australians can have more control of their financial destiny rather than being dependent on endless intermediation."

Cryptocurrency is an increasingly mainstream product.

"One in five Australians own crypto. In the near future, we know that most Australians will end up owning digital assets in some form.

Australian consumers are savvy and agile. They are attracted to the agency and control that cryptocurrency brings."

Select Committee Final Report

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How should policymakers respond to this global phenomenon?

Australia is in an arms race on the global stage to embrace digital assets and become a world-leading destination for cryptocurrency.

Across its 12 year lifespan, crypto has remained largely unregulated. Regulation is now becoming critical.
Policymakers must look toward a clear and comprehensive regulatory framework for digital assets.

This framework needs to protect Australian consumers, promote investment and provide market stability.

The crypto community has itself recognised the need for regulatory reform to give the sector the credibility and validity it needs.

The Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre tabled its Final Report in October, laying down a plan to put Australia at the top of the list for digital assets. 

Key principles of the report:

- Regulation should protect consumers using cryptocurrency just like it would for a financial product.

- Australia cannot turn its back and pretend that this innovation isn’t happening.

Australia should be ambitious. With a robust regulatory framework, Australia can attract more jobs, investment and consumer benefits to become a global leader in cryptocurrency.
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