Central Banks

There are a total of 9 articles associated with Central Banks.

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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

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Applicability of a digital Kenyan shilling is being weighed up by the country’s central bank, which is requesting public feedback

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The CBDC project has now moved into its second phase where various additional functions including offline payments will be tested

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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.

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Hong Kong’s central bank is seeking public feedback on its intended regulation of payment-related stablecoins.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Guest Robert Breedlove is a bitcoin philosopher with a focus on exploring freedom, sovereignty, philosophy, economics from first principles.

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