This blog is a transcript of a segment from our webinar “Why Blockchain For CBDC?” that we held on the 12th November. If you’d like to get first dibs on tickets to our events and webinars, sign up for our newsletter.
This blog is a transcript of a segment from our webinar “Why Blockchain For CBDC?” held on the 12th of November. If you’d like to get first dibs on tickets to our events and webinars, sign up for our newsletter.
Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are growing at an unprecedented pace around the world. Dozens of countries are now interested in utilizing blockchain technology for interbank settlements and day-to-day financial operations. A recent survey revealed that 70% of central banks …
One of Reddit’s requirements for the bake-off (albeit listed as a bonus) is for users to be able to exit to Ethereum in a “fast & simple” manner. While fast exits are on the way, they only work with liquidity providers. But how would you find a liquidity provider for points that were directly minted on OMG? Would it be possible to have a smart contract on Ethereum that holds a portion of minted tokens and provides liquidity for exiting users?
Throughout human history, we’ve seen multiple forms of money emerge to meet societal demands — from bartering and gold to coins, notes, and credit cards. Today, we see the emergence of digital value (cryptocurrencies). Central banks are taking note and are accelerating research and experimentation in digital money of their own: Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).