Complete List of Australian Crypto Coins and Tokens

List of Australian cryptocurrencies, including Australian cryptocurrency coins and tokens.

The Australian cryptocurrencies list contains legitimate digital assets which have been developed in Australian or funded or part-funded by Australian companies. 

Coin/Token and Code DescriptionWebsite
Bata (BTA)A cryptocurrency developed to replace trade dollars in traditional Barter Systems. BTA can be exchanged for different tokens to barter with on the 'Bata Bater Platform'.
CanYa Coin (CAN)People looking to book someone to perform a service (gardener, web designer etc) can search, book and pay in CanYa Coin through the CanYa blockchain-powered marketplace.
(TIME & LH Tokens)
ChronoBank aims to streamline the employment process through 'LaborX', a blockchain-based exchange on which companies and individuals can buy and sell labour. The cryptocurrency of LaborX is Labour Hour (LH) Tokens, 'inflation-proof assests' linked to average hourly wages in the host country (i.e. LHAU - Australia & LHUS - United States). TIME Tokens were distributed in 2017 in an ICO to raise funds for the development of LaborX. They are now available to trade on multiple exchanges. After LaborX launch, TIME holders will be able to deposit TIME to mine LH Tokens.
Entropy Token (ENTRP)Entropy Tokens are the native cryptocurrency of the ethereum-based Hut34 blockchain network. Hut34 is a network of chat bots in which data, information, and services can be exchanged and monetised. The developer of a bot that provides answers to a query from another bot will receive payment in ENTRP. Hut34 has been developed by a team in Sydney. ENTRP tokens are currently available on multiple exchanges.
Havven Token (HAV)
(Nomin & HAV Tokens)
Sydney-based Havven is building a decentralised payment network designed to provide a stable medium of exchange to simplify purchases using crypto. A 'Nomin' is the Havven network's stablecoin, to be used in everyday transactions. The value of each Nomin is expected to remain at US$1. Each Nomin transaction will incur a very small fee which is distributed proportionally among HAV Token holders. HAV Tokens were distributed in the Havven ICO and will can be purchased through exchanges. HAV Tokens are non-stable and used as the collateral to back-up the value of the Nomin stablecoin.
Horizon State (HST)Horizon State has developed a decentralised, blockchain-based voting and decision-making platform. By using a distributed ledger, results cannot be tampered with. The platform operates through the use of Decision Tokens (HST). HST Tokens are currently traded through exchanges, it's anticipated as more organisations use Horizon State for polling and voting, the value of HST Tokens will increase.
IvyKoinBilled as an alternative to Ripple, IvyKoin is a blockchain based cryptocurrency for business transactions, particularly those exceeding $10,000 which require extensive verification in the international monetary system. ASX-Listed Change Financial Limited owns a 33% stake in the IvyKoin project.
NOX Token (NOX)NOX is the underlying cryptocurrency of the NITRO platform. NITRO is an ethereum-based marketplace connecting video game developers, gaming studios, investors, promoters and enthusiasts. ASX-listed company iCandy Interactive developed the NITRO marketplace and provides ongoing operational support.
Power Ledger (POWR)PowerLedger is a blockchain-based platform which allows energy to be traded peer-to-peer, without the need for a middleman. The POWR token can be used to buy SPARKX tokens, which are used to buy and sell energy on the platform. There are plans which would also see POWR used for investing in energy creating assets, such as wind farms.

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List of Australian Cryptocurrencies