Data, Digitalization, Decentralized Finance and Central Bank Digital Currencies
The Future of Banking and Money
Central Bank, digital currency
What is the future of banking and money? The road passes through data and digitalization at all levels of activity, from personal banking through publicly and privately issued digital currencies. But who is winning and losing ground in the banking sector? Do we really need central bank digital currencies and how should they and private digital currencies be designed and regulated to yield the maximum benefits while reducing the obvious dangers? How should we regulate the new digital technologies? This book
brings you the answers of senior public sector offi cials, industry leaders and leading academics. It is the tenth title in the Institute for Law and Finance’s series on the future of the financial sector.
Explains the motivations behind and policy justifications for retail central bank digital currencies. Examines the promise of decentralized finance and blockchain technology.
Andreas Dombret, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Patrick S. Kenadjian, London, UK