Beneath the loud headlines on the debates over digital money, one quiet project is making headway.
The Digital Dollar Project is preparing a white paper to advance a digital version of the U.S. dollar.
Bank of England spells out the looming questions on issuing its own digital currency.
“Pioneers like Circle have already blazed the trail for single-currency coins.”
The bank will open accounts to digital assets for energy companies and other clients.
The mining and distribution of Bitcoin comes with a cost hidden to most users.
Central banks are in talks about using the company's tech to issue digital currencies pegged to fiat money.