A hydrogeologist had a theory about monetary policy to fund carbon capture. Now he's making it happen.
Central banks fear CBDCs become a land grab in the emerging world of tokenized assets.
From crypto to COVID, central banks face new pressures to modernize. Part 1/3 on digitalizing central banks.
Developers working on Facebook’s stablecoin say Libra’s use case and design are changing.
Bank of England spells out the looming questions on issuing its own digital currency.
Could World Wire, IBM’s recently announced blockchain-based payments network, spur a sovereign digital coin?
Bank of Shanghai is testing BitMint’s Q-Pay, a.k.a. “pay like cash”, which looks like a preamble to a new paradigm of digital money.
Analyst Shaun Cochran explains why sovereign digital currencies are likely to become a reality, and what they’d replace.
State Street’s Pinar Emirdag says the bank consortium behind USC wants to create DLT-based infrastructure for cash-leg settlements.
Frank Troise: crypto-currencies do not challenge the hegemony of the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency.