State-owned commercial banks in China are reportedly testing a wallet for the country's forthcoming digital yuan.
China’s State-Run Banks Reportedly Testing Wallet for Digital Yuan
“Deregulating Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies may not necessarily promote technical innovation,” says Japan’s new top financial regulator.
Deregulating Crypto Could Spark More Speculation Says Japan's FSA
China’s central bank may be planning to use its digital currency to curb the dominance of Alibaba and Tencent in the digital payments sector.
China’s Digital Yuan to Reportedly Target Dominance of Alibaba and Tencent
Former Bank of China vice president says digital currencies can be a substitute for cash on circulation.
Former China Central Bank Exec Pushes for Digital Currencies
The crypto industry has the best historical moment to change the discourse about cryptocurrency and its reputation into a successful innovative tech sector.
After the US Senate Pros and Cons on Digital Money — What Do We Do With It?
The leaders in this week’s policy news focus on some case studies in power accumulation that more than anything show why decentralization tech matters.
Law Decoded: Big Tech, Central Banks and the Hunt for Monopolies, July 24-31
The Bank of Japan insists it has no immediate plans to issue a digital yen, but research into the potential of CBDCs continues apace.
Bank of Japan Appoints Top Economist to Head Up CBDC Research Team