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Are central banks thinking radically enough about CBDCs?

At this webinar, Future of Finance re-visits the arguments for and against retail CBDCs, examines use-cases for wholesale CBDCs and asks whether central banks need to see CBDCs as a massive opportunity to re-design the way money and data flow throughout economies rather than a systemic threat to financial stability.

Wednesday May 18 at 2pm UK time

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Algorand pioneer Yieldly is building bridges to the future of DeFi

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INX security token issue and investments are driving tokenised…

Interview Douglas Borthwick


Security Tokens:

What tZero is doing in the burgeoning security token markets

Interview Saum Noursalehi

Metaverse:

A blockchain protocol fit for the age of CBDCs, the Internet of Things…

Interview Seokgu Yun

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The blockchain network that aims to digitise the UK housing market

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Future of finance has one overriding goal. It is to host meetings (at the moment virtual meetings) that bring together long-established members of the financial services industry (banks, brokers, asset managers, insurers, financial market infrastructures) with entrepreneurs (challenger banks, technology companies and FinTechs) and market authorities (central banks, regulators and policymakers) to explore how the financial services industry can grow faster by being more open, more innovative and more trustworthy.

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