Nauticus has moved to the financial heart of Victoria, taking up residence across an entire floor of a Collins Street office tower.
Close to Victorian Parliament House in Melbourne’s Central Business District, the area is known as the “Paris End’ of Collins Street, due to the opulent architecture that dates back to the Gold Rush period.
The success of the ICO, an influx of new staff and the rapid expansion of Nauticus Blockchain required the relocation, after the company had spread to occupy four different suites at Kew Junction Tower and was still bursting at the seams.
The company has signed a five year lease on the property which is now the headquarters of the global operation.
“This move is six months in the making and we are delighted to have our new office in the centre of one of the world’s great cities,” COO Jonathan Chang said.