Central bank digital currency interest continues gaining global traction.
What are CBDCs and the risks they possess, and how might they reshape our economies?
The fintech showcase has three $50,000 cash prizes for three regtech focus areas.
The Bank for International Settlements appears to contradict its own prior statements in a new digital payments report.
BIS researchers think COVID-19 may accelerate the adoption of digital payments and sharpen the debate over central bank digital currencies.
Researchers at the Bank for International Settlements say the future of payments may be peer-to-peer, but a number of considerations must be satisfied before distributed ledger-based systems can go mainstream.
A fifth of the world’s population may well have access to a central bank digital currency in as little as three years, according to a BIS survey.
The BIS’s new survey revealed that only 10% of central banks are likely to issue a CBDC for the general public in the short term