Indonesia has launched a state-backed cryptocurrency exchange to boost transparency and investor protection in the country’s booming crypto asset market.
Coordinating Minister for Maritime and Investment Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo is optimistic about the prospect of startups in Indonesia.
Pandawara formed in 2022 after flooding caused by rivers clogged with rubbish damaged their homes – now they are national celebrities.
A forthcoming Indonesian regulation that would force online content distribution platforms to share revenue with media companies will harm the press and limit the flow of information, one such distributor, Google, has warned.
The growth opportunity for the green economy in Indonesia is estimated to be valued at US$400 billion, combining industry revenue and carbon offset potential, according to a report from AC Ventures and Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Privy, one of Indonesia’s leading digital trust providers, has become the first Indonesian technology company to export its digital identity operations into Australia.
India and China get the plaudits, but Indonesia is also taking impressive digital strides capitalising on local talent.
Eighty-four per cent of Indonesian small businesses expect to grow in 2023, the second highest result for the Asia-Pacific region, a new survey shows.
Through close collaborations with Purity Ring’s Corin Roddick, the Indonesian-Australian artist has crafted an atmospheric, emo and rap-inspired pop sound that evokes images of a computerised landscape.
Indonesia’s PT GoTo Gojek Tokopedia (GOTO.JK) has sold its stake in local retailer Alfamart worth 1.5 trillion rupiah, after the tech firm announced its strategy to focus on accelerating profitability.
Peneliti asal Australia, Kevin Evans, di Jakarta pada Senin (28/11), mengatakan Indonesia dan Australia memiliki potensi besar untuk bekerja sama di sektor energi terbarukan.
Indonesia is targeting to build its first Special Economic Zone (SEZ) for health and tourism in Bali Province’s Sanur area that integrates the two sectors and to further solidify Indonesia’s healthcare architecture.
Indonesia would need 17 million technologically literate workers, or workers who are able to use and manage technology, State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Erick Thohir said.
The United States Federal Reserve could be close to a tipping point. Its aggressive monetary tightening in the past few months has failed to push inflation lower as it is caused by the fundamental shortage of goods in energy and labor.