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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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Stablecoin runs could occur if users lose confidence in the issuer or its network.
Europe's central bank is concerned about possible runs on stablecoins
Helen Partz
2020-09-23T13:30:45+01:00
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Opinion
China might lead the charge into the digital economy, but will being the first major economy to launch a CBDC be enough to win global reserve currency status?
Geopolitical fallout of central bank digital currencies
Maggie Clarendon
2020-09-17T15:00:00+01:00
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Despite stablecoins posting triple-digit market cap growth this year, competition from projects backed by major financial and tech corporations is on the horizo...
Stablecoins post triple-digit growth in 2020, but institutional rivals loom
Samuel Haig
2020-09-11T03:01:10+01:00
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The digital yuan will not unseat the U.S. dollar — at least not right away.
At least 3 nations to replace their currency with CBDC by 2030: report
Helen Partz
2020-09-09T11:00:00+01:00
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