This paper examines the proposition put forward in Tony McLaughlin’s paper ‘The Regulated Internet of Value’ and considers the practical implications of a generalised approach to tokenisation of regulated liabilities. To map a practical way forward, the paper starts with where we are and looks at the landscape in front of us
Tagged: Central Banks
SETL, the London-based Settlement and Payments Infrastructure provider, today announced that Banque de France (BDF) has successfully completed a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) transaction, using the SETL blockchain that powers the IZNES fund platform.
London based blockchain company, SETL, is supporting the IZNES consortium in the BdF experiment with CBDC. The consortium comprises IZNES, SETL, Citi, Caceis, and DXC.
A debate has arisen whether CBDC should be tokenised or account based. Token enthusiasts imply that their preference is special and different. This note explores the point of view.
In this first episode of SETL-Cast, we interview SETL board member Christian Noyer on the future of central banks digital currency (CBDC) and distributed ledger technology.
There is no questions that ‘big tech’ has the reach and the savvy to construct a digital currency system, but the debate has moved to how such a system should be regulated