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An unanswered question from Davos.  When will we activate Digital Currencies in our Treasury Management Systems?

[fa icon="calendar'] 07-Feb-2020 18:57:04 / by David Woolcock posted in Banking, Blog, TMS, Treasury Management, Treasury, Digitalisation, cryptocurrencies, Cyber Security, digital currency

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We saw during 2019 increased interest in various projects for a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) launch as a recurring theme. CBDC is a digitised sovereign currency, created and issued by, and a liability of, the country’s monetary authority. As such they are viewed as legal tender which is a core difference to cryptocurrencies and stablecoins. Those who made it up the Davos slopes to the World Economic Forum (WEF), were met with ideas and discussions taking place on how CBDC could be a potential solution to multiple challenges, including financial inclusion and efficiencies in the global payment systems.

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Down in the crypt - a Halloween spook sends shivers down some spines!

[fa icon="calendar'] 31-Oct-2018 13:30:06 / by David Woolcock posted in Banking, cryptocurrencies

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The UK’s Cryptoassets Taskforce is comprised of HM Treasury, the FCA and the Bank of England. Not to be likened to the three witches from Macbeth who are often thought about at this time of year!! Just in time for Halloween, they have published a Final Report that sets the scene for the Cryptoassets, Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) sector in the UK from a policy and regulatory perspective.  

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