The ECB Wants to Hear Your Cryptocurrency Questions
The European Central Bank is soliciting questions for its president, Mario Draghi, specifying that cryptocurrencies should be a topic.
The European Central Bank has said that cryptocurrencies are currently not a threat to financial stability in the euro zone.
ECB executive board member Benoît Cœuré has discussed potential uses for blockchain at central banks, but he's really not keen on bitcoin.
Europe's central bankers have developed an "anonymity voucher" to give prospective CBDC users limited privacy in their retail transactions.
The second report from the project 'Stella' initiative explores applications of distributed ledger technology to the securities settlement process.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, has said it's not his institution's job to regulate cryptocurrencies.