An IMF official believes central banks need to offer "better" fiat currencies in order to fend off potential competition from cryptocurrencies.
IMF head Christine Lagarde has argued that regulators could use blockchain technology itself to regulate cryptocurrencies
Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, has stated that international regulatory action on cryptocurrencies is "inevitable."
The IMF has voiced concerns over the risks involved with cryptocurrencies and has called for global talks and cooperation.
Multilateral organizations have more in common with the crypto community than you might think, Michael J. Casey argues.
Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, has warned that central banks and financial services need to pay closer attention to cryptocurrencies.
The head of one of the world's largest financial organizations has issued new comments addressing blockchain trends.
A new research note from the IMF digs deep into blockchain, touching on topics in the technology's development both new and old.
The IMF just held a meeting of an advisory group on fintech – one that featured heavy representation from blockchain industry execs.
The International Monetary Fund and Dubai’s Ministry of Finance will co-host a FinTech seminar focusing on blockchain and cryptocurrencies next…