BIS Researchers Say Coronavirus Could Spur Central Banks to Adopt Digital Payments
BIS researchers think COVID-19 may accelerate the adoption of digital payments and sharpen the debate over central bank digital currencies.
Arming the Federal Reserve with a digital dollar would harm the free market, says Max Raskin, an NYU adjunct professor of law.
A blueprint for a central bank digital currency designed with a specific purpose: stopping layoffs.
Some Americans are still waiting for stimulus support. Would a digital dollar have helped disburse funds? Here's a breakdown of the debate.
The ex-chairman of the CFTC says a digital dollar should be a priority for the U.S. But he cautions against expediting the initiative during the pandemic.
The idea of a digital dollar was again floated by U.S. lawmakers as a means of issuing stimulus payments to residents.