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What's Behind China's Most Recent Transaction Ban on Cryptocurrency?

Since the introduction of Bitcoin, everyone has been concerned that this cryptocurrency will be outlawed by governments ...

|Oct 13, 2021
Cryptocurrencies Are a Threat to the Global Economy, Says IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the growing adoption of cryptocurrencies poses serious risks to the globa ...

|Oct 13, 2021
IT Firm Indra and eCurrency to Offer Solutions for CBDC Development

Spain’s leading information technology company, Indra and eCurrency Mint Limited (“eCurrency”) have announced a partners ...

|Oct 7, 2021
Global CBDC Bridge Requires Public and Private Sector Collaboration - BIS

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has published a new collaboration agreement with seven central banks to con ...

|Oct 4, 2021
CBDCs Can Slash Cross-Border Payments from Days to Seconds: BIS

In a pilot program explored using central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) to make cross-border payments, it was found th ...

|Sep 28, 2021
Ripple Collaborates With Bhutan's Central Bank to Launch CBDC Trial

According to Nikkei, a Japanese financial news agency, the Central Bank of Bhutan will soon launch a digital Ngultrum in ...

|Sep 23, 2021
"Traditional Banking is Under Threat" Says Benoit Coeuré

According to Benoit Coeuré, head of the Bank for International Settlements' (BIS) Innovation Hub, key pillars of today's ...

|Sep 11, 2021
27% of Americans Want Bitcoin as a Legal Tender: YouGov Poll

A survey conducted by the international market research and data analytics firm YouGov found that over 27% of U.S. citiz ...

|Sep 10, 2021
Honduras Central Banks and Guatemala Eyeing Digital Currencies Following Bitcoin Adoption by El Salvador

As recently revealed by the Presidents of the Central Banks of Honduras and Guatemala are looking upon digital currencie ...

|Sep 9, 2021
Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and South Africa Launch Cross-Border CBDC Pilot

The central banks of Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and South Africa will collectively conduct a cross-border payment t ...

|Sep 2, 2021