16/11/2020 by Future of Finance 2 Comments
CENTRAL BANK DIGITAL CURRENCIES PART II
A FUTURE OF FINANCE WEBINAR WITH CENTRAL BANKERS, TECHNOLOGY INNOVATORS, BLOCKCHAIN EXPERTS AND BANKS
Tuesday 12 January 2021, 14.00 - 15.00 UK Time
Questions posed from CBDC discussion Part I in July 2020 and will provide the framework for the January 12 discussion:
1. Is a CBDC issued directly to retail consumers, and not via the banking system, a serious near-term or long-term possibility?
2. Which entity (or type of entity) is best placed to resolve how CBDCs will interact with private sector crypto-currencies?
3. Which entity (or type of entity) is best placed to develop the technical standards necessary to enable domestic CBDC systems to inter-operate across national borders?
4. What are the drivers of and obstacles to multi-currency CBDCs?
5. What product and service innovations are CBDCs likely to encourage?
Daniel Eidan Global Solution Architect, Payments and CBDC at R3 https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-eidan/
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