ECB’s Lagarde: We Want to Develop Digital Currencies but Won’t Discourage Private Initiatives
Lagarde said the ECB will continue researching CBDCs and will not stand in the way of any private initiatives.
The Director of the Cato Institute's Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives gives an eye-opening, 200-year history of today’s most powerful economic institution.
If central banks issue digital currencies, they'll be thrown into a debate about financial privacy in the modern era. Is that what they want?
The new version will essentially also clear the way for the digital yuan to be the one and only official yuan-pegged token in mainland China.
Massive and novel government intervention in markets is now a foregone conclusion, but what happens to bitcoin as the dust settles?
Financial stability was a key factor in the Bank of England's decision to hold stablecoin payment systems to the same regulatory standards as existing payment chains.