CBDCs could bring big benefits provided they are designed properly

By Gilbert Verdian
Gilbert Verdian, Quant
Gilbert Verdian, Quant

Central bank digital currencies could improve the payments infrastructure and provide more opportunities for financial inclusion, but if adopted they must be properly configured and implemented.

Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) have been gaining momentum worldwide with 19 G20 nations actively exploring this new form of money that digitally represents ...

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