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$2.6m Smart Cities money for blockchain trial

Curtin University, Murdoch University, Power Ledger and LandCorp are behind an $8 million project that will use blockchain technology to manage water and energy systems in the City of Fremantle.

A $2.6 million slice of that money will be provided through the federal government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs program, which is chipping in $6 million to six projects across Western Australia.

The two-year project will be undertaken at the Knutsford green property development near Fremantle and begin within two months.

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