Zero Hash Australia has announced its membership to Blockchain Australia, a collective of members advancing the adoption of blockchain technology in the country. Zero Hash Australia is a global crypto-as-a-service provider that offers regulatory licensing and technology to enable companies to integrate digital assets and enhance the user experience across multiple geographies. With this membership, Zero Hash Australia demonstrates its commitment to the crypto industry in Australia.

Blockchain Australia now has over 100 members, including prominent companies like Deloitte, Block, Circle, and Mastercard. Zero Hash has gained a reputation as a trusted entity in the crypto industry, thanks to its high standards and compliance-first approach. The company provides a turnkey infrastructure that includes liquidity, custody, settlement, and regulatory licensing, allowing businesses to launch crypto products quickly, easily, and compliantly.

Zero Hash has powered various global innovators, such as Stripe, Banxa, and tastytrade, to offer customized crypto programs and sophisticated customer experiences. Edward Woodford, the Founder and CEO of Zero Hash, expressed his commitment to the Australian crypto ecosystem, stating that the company will actively contribute to regulatory and political discussions in collaboration with Blockchain Australia and its members.

Blockchain Australia’s Head of Operations, Amy-Rose Goodey, expressed delight at Zero Hash’s membership and highlighted the company’s contribution to advancing blockchain adoption in Australia. Zero Hash is a B2B2C crypto-as-a-service infrastructure platform that enables platforms to integrate digital assets into their customer experience seamlessly through API endpoints. The company is backed by prominent investors, including Point72 Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, and NYCA.

Zero Hash Australia is registered with AUSTRAC as a Digital Currency Exchange Provider, enabling it to offer its crypto services in Australia. The company is also registered on the New Zealand register of financial service providers. However, this registration does not mean that Zero Hash Australia is subject to active regulation or oversight by a New Zealand regulator.