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Central Bank Digital Currencies for Dummies – A Quick Guide into CBDCs

News | Cryptocurrencies | 09 Dec 2020

The Paypers releases the Central Bank Digital Currencies for Dummies, an ebook which is a quick reference guide into CBDCs that aims to inform readers about what CBDCs are, the innovation they promise, the implications, and risks they pose.

central bank digital currencies, CBDC, digital dollar, digital euro, Chinese yuan, Facebook Libra, stablecoins, Central banks, commercial banks, fintech, technology providers, monetary policies, Financial systems, COVID-19, payments digitalisation, mobile wallets, smartphones, financial inclusion, customer data, digital identity, data privacy, security

Central Bank Digital Currencies for Beginners – A Quick Guide into CBDCs

Report | Cryptocurrencies | 09 Dec 2020

Central Bank Digital Currencies for Beginners is a quick reference guide into CBDCs that aims to inform readers about what CBDCs are, the innovation they promise, and the implications and risks they pose

central bank digital currencies, CBDC, digital dollar, digital euro, Chinese yuan, Facebook Libra, stablecoins, Central banks, commercial banks, fintech, technology providers, monetary policies, Financial systems, COVID-19, payments digitalisation, mobile wallets, smartphones, financial inclusion, customer data, digital identity, data privacy, security

New e-payment platform released by NCS and NETS for Central Banks in APAC

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 14 Apr 2020

NCS has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the NETS Group to develop a new real-time electronic payment and securities settlement platform for central banks. 

e-payment, e-payment platform, NCS, Nets, Singtel, Central banks, APAC, MOU, payment system, inter-bank fund transfer, monetary policies, payment ecosystem

Coronavirus outbreak feeds uncertainty about the economic outlook

News | Payments General | 17 Mar 2020

The abrupt rise in uncertainty that surrounds the global spread of the coronavirus can put both economic growth and financial stability at risk, according to IMF.

economic growth, financial stability, coronavirus, banks, loans, investment, economic policies, fiscal measures, monetary policies, IMF