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The Major Driver for CBDC Adoption is Facebook’s Libra, Not Bitcoin – Michael Vogel
October 25, 2020 0 451
Humankind is naturally averse to change. Our first gut instinct is to say no to a novel shift than to initially embrace it wholeheartedly. Many Central banks are not exempt ...
Governments’ Scorn For Digital Currencies And Emerging Technologies Turning Into Plausible Interest
October 22, 2020 0 331
There is a particular trend with many national banks and state governments. They tend to negate emerging technologies and opt to forestall it before it sees the light of the ...
Blockchain Transparency Can End Zimbabwe’s Currency Woes
May 14, 2020 0 381
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is reportedly planning to issue higher denominations banknotes as it attempts to ease the long running cash shortages. According to media reports, the central ...
CBDCs:  Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) The Way Forward For Central Banks in Today’s Global Economy
May 1, 2020 0 347
As central banks hustle towards issuing or adopting digital currencies, there are sharp and divergent views on how best to go about this.  Privately issued currencies like Bitcoin took the ...
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