Category Archive For "Central Bank"
Economic historian Barry Eichengreen believes that stablecoins are either too fragile, or too expensive, to emerge as a dominant monetary form.
Sri Lanka’s central bank has selected a shortlist of three firms to develop a proof-of-concept for a shared Know Your Customer facility using blockchain.
Experts from the Bank of Canada have released their thoughts on how a digital dollar should be available to all Canadians.
Professor of Economics, Sergei Guriev, told Cointelegraph how Bitcoin can be used as a tool to combat authoritarian regimes.
Sergei Guriev, professor of Economics at Paris’ Science Po and Vladimir Putin’s critic, told Cointelegraph how Bitcoin can be used as a tool to combat authoritarian regimes despite having “no fundamental value.”
Some Russian regulators propose a blanket ban on digital asset trading, but the country is too far along the path of crypto adoption.
A former senior official of the People’s Bank of China said that the country has completed the backend architecture development of its digital currency.
The Bank of Korea has tapped six experts to assess possible legal issues surrounding the launch of a central bank digital currency.
A spiralling currency crisis in Lebanon sparked widespread protests targeting central banks an increasing embrace of digital assets.