Expertly-managed bitcoin and crypto-asset exposure
The Monochrome team has experience across traditional financial markets, funds management and digital asset investments, bringing together talent from the likes of BlackRock, Binance Australia and IFM Investors.
Through this depth of expertise across traditional and crypto markets, Monochrome provide investors with Australia's leading crypto-asset products, as well as the secure hands to manage them.
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Monochrome is pleased to announce its partnership with South Australian Motor Sport Board at the 2023 VAILO Adelaide 500 as the main sponsor of the Monochrome GT Village. The firm is proud to support this iconic event, set to take place at the world-renowned Adelaide Street Circuit from November 23rd to the 26th.
Monochrome Group is proud to unveil the highly anticipated 2024 Monochrome GT4 Australia Championship. Building on the success of its presence within the Australian Production Cars (APC) category, the Monochrome GT4 Australia Championship is set to take a monumental leap forward in 2024 as a standalone category as part of SRO Australia’s GT4 offering.
Since Bitcoin’s inception in 2008, the interest in Bitcoin and other digital currencies has grown significantly. Between 2010 which saw the very first exchange created which made it simpler to trade bitcoin, to the now arguably saturated marketplace for cryptocurrency exchanges, inadequate governance at cryptocurrency exchanges and other centralised crypto institutions has manifested in poor consumer outcomes.
Oftentimes within the Environmental-Social-Governance (ESG) framework, Governance can take a back seat to the Environmental and Social elements because they are seen as having farther reaching or more relevant impacts. On the other hand, some of the biggest disasters in human history, such as the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident, can be purely attributed to failures in governance. In general terms, governance refers to the process of how decisions are made and implemented.