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# central banks News

January 10, 2019 by at Blockchain, Business, Finance, News, Tech
A recent survey by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) found the majority of the world’s central banks are not too keen on issuing digital currencies at least for the next three years but 70 percent of them accepted that they are exploring with the idea of CBDCs in some...
Despite most central banks being reluctant to turn to blockchain technology, major institutions such as the U.S. Federal Reserve should figure out the implications of such distributed ledger technologies and how to adapt to them, economist Eswar Prasad argued in a Financial Times article on January 1, 2019. Blockchain Could...
December 13, 2018 by at Bitcoin, Crime, Finance, News, Regulation
De Nederlandsche, the Dutch central bank, is keen to regulate cryptocurrency companies to deter money laundering and terrorist financing. According to December 11, 2018, reports from Dutch Daily newspaper, De Telegraaf, cryptocurrency companies may require a license to continue operating in the near future. Cryptocurrency Industry Prone to Money Laundering...
Jim Cunha, the Senior Vice President of Treasury and Financial Services at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, spoke about cryptocurrency and blockchain at the Forbes‘ 30 Under 30 summit in the Massachusetts capital. The summit at Boston's City Hall Plaza began October 1, 2018, with him describing the limitations...
Admir Tulic, a crypto enthusiast and investor, has likened Bitcoin to a valuable cure for a global economic disease. Writing in a blog post on his Medium page, the Content and Community Manager stead that the pioneer cryptocurrency will take on and defeat what he terms as “the massive...
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