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The decision on how to launch a digital euro could still be a long time coming.
Consideration phase for digital euro to go well into 2021, says ECB exec
Helen Partz
2020-12-07T11:52:00+00:00
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Nobody seems to be in a rush to digitize the euro, but that could change given increasing global competition.
European central bankers predict that the digital euro is at least five years away
Kollen Post
2020-11-30T15:42:18+00:00
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“At that point in time we will make the decision as to whether or not we go forward with the digital euro.”
EU will decide on digital euro in January 2021: ECB president
Turner Wright
2020-11-12T21:08:31+00:00
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Market Update
Bitcoin price rallied from $12,920 to $13,600 in the hours following the European Central Bank statement and optimistic job data from the U.S.
Bitcoin price spikes 5% to $13.5K shortly after ECB stimulus announcement
Joseph Young
2020-10-29T17:27:01+00:00
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Newsletter
Talk of CBDCs and Facebook's Libra headlined this week's policy news, as international organizations weigh in on both.
Law Decoded: The rivalry between central banks and global stablecoins, Oct. 9–16
Kollen Post
2020-10-16T20:35:13+01:00
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A digital euro would not replace cash, but complement it, says the European Central Bank.
European Central Bank seeks public input on digital euro
Marie Huillet
2020-10-13T13:37:10+01:00
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The report is only the start of the discussion and raises more questions before officially studying the digital euro.
ECB to consider further digital euro study in 2021
Emilia David
2020-10-04T22:07:00+01:00
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Opinion
Banking will not become decentralized, but with blockchain, it will become accountable for both banks and clients.
European central bank execs are wrong — Intentionally or unknowingly?
Oleksii Konashevych
2020-09-28T15:00:00+01:00
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