Monochrome Bitcoin Fund is Proud to be the Headline Sponsor of the 2021 Blockchain Australia Blockies Awards

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Brisbane, August 20, 2021 -- Monochrome Asset Management was proud to announce itself as the headline sponsor of the 2021 Blockchain Australia Blockies Awards.

“The Australian blockchain ecosystem has grown leaps and bounds during this last year as the result of some exceptional work.” said Jeff Yew, Chief Executive Officer and Director at Monochrome.

“Events such as The Blockies let us shine a light on those that are sustainably driving the industry and community forward with actions, innovations and hard work,” said Jeff Yew “To be able to support this means a lot for Monochrome.”

Headline sponsorship of The Blockies 2021 serves as a landmark moment for Monochrome following their launch in May of this year. Monochrome is proud to be a member of Blockchain Australia and Australia’s flourishing digital asset community at large.

Steve Vallas, CEO of Blockchain Australia says “Institutional acceptance of digital assets and blockchain technology has been on the rise, Blockchain Australia is excited to have support from Monochrome who are paving the way for institutional adoption of Bitcoin in Australia.”

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