There are a total of 15 articles associated with Central Banks.
Distributed ledger technology could also enhance cross-border transactions for CBDCs
Canadians seem open to CBDC adoption, but there’s still concerns about privacy, fraud, cyberattacks and loss of financial control
The Reserve Bank said that it will increase its vigilance on crypto
Hong Kong and UAE authorities are keen to attract global crypto companies to set up shop in their respective regions
Norges Bank is also ramping up its investigation into possibly offering a central bank digital currency from now to 2025
It’s G7 season and crypto is on the agenda. So are CBDCs, with economies set to eventually receive word on best practices
SWIFT is already being used to connect more than 11,500 banks and funds across 200 countries, making it a potentially excellent candidate for becoming the standard for cross-border CBDC settlements
Applicability of a digital Kenyan shilling is being weighed up by the country’s central bank, which is requesting public feedback
The CBDC project has now moved into its second phase where various additional functions including offline payments will be tested
The move marks a turning point in CBDC infrastructure development, demonstrating to the rest of the world that such moves could prove useful to the traditional banking and financial sector.
Hong Kong’s central bank is seeking public feedback on its intended regulation of payment-related stablecoins.
Dr. William White sits down with Jack Farley to explain his fear of the central banks making a serious policy error by looking at the past, the present, and what could be our future.
On the role of central banks: “caution yet confidence”, says Denis Beau. CBDCs are not a panacea, and should not be allowed to harm commercial banks.
Jeff Snider & Emil Kalinowski dive into debunking central banking myths, explaining the effects of the past on our current time, and more in this week’s episode of On the Margin.
Guest Robert Breedlove is a bitcoin philosopher with a focus on exploring freedom, sovereignty, philosophy, economics from first principles.