Australia’s ‘first’ blockchain lender sets sights on mortgages

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  • Australia’s ‘first’ blockchain lender sets sights on mortgages
    Australia’s ‘first’ blockchain lender sets sights on mortgages

    Australia’s ‘first’ blockchain lender, which is set to launch next year, is launching a crowd-sourced funding equity offer to brokers. Australian Mortgage Marketplace (AMM), co-founded by industry stalwarts Graham Andersen (CEO) and Kym Dalton (COO), has pledged to “overhaul” the Australian mortgage market with the “biggest change since the […]