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Our primary objectives are to advance and promote:

Bitcoin, not crypto

Bitcoin is the world’s only truly decentralised peer-to-peer, open, uncensorable and voluntary monetary network with an immutable fixed supply. It has no CEO, no foundation, no marketing team. Properly understood, it is clear that Bitcoin is distinct and separate from all other cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin to be recognised as a Foreign Currency

Bitcoin is recognised as legal tender in El Salvador and is widely utilised by both citizens and corporations, from a savings and transactional perspective. Accordingly, we urge the Australian government to formally recognise bitcoin as a foreign currency.  

The HODL Act

To protect the nation’s treasury against the persistent and inevitable decline in the value of fiat currencies, we call upon the Australian government to enact legislation that permits government, at both a Federal and State level, as well as the Reserve Bank of Australia, to allocate a portion of their treasury to bitcoin.

Financial Education

Our educational systems does not properly teach students subjects such as money management, inflation, compound interest, how money is created, how fiat currency works and the history of money. We call on the Australian government to reform the educational system and include foundational knowledge of real-world economics.

Financial Self-Sovereignty

Empower Australians to achieve financial self-sovereignty by becoming independent of “trusted” intermediaries, such as banks. Bitcoin facilitates this through the ability to receive bitcoin directly, as well as the ability to make payments for goods and services.