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The Bank for International Settlements is the latest major financial organization looking to implement industry-standard regulations in the stablecoins arena. Meanwhile, several nations are also working towards creating their own central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) which are seen by some commentators as being driven by private stablecoin projects like Facebook’s Libra. CBDCs Might Be Superior. The post by Osato Avan-Nomayo appeared first on , Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
The U.S. Director of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe, has reportedly expressed concerns about China’s strong focus on cryptocurrency.
XRP has been caught in the throes of volatility as of late, with much of this greatly favoring bulls The crypto saw a parabolic upswing earlier this week that caused its price to multiply over the past few days This intense upswing has slowed down, and the lack of any fundamental catalysts backing this movement […]
Former CFTC Chair Gary Gensler, who’s leading Joe Biden’s financial oversight team, may be tapped as Deputy Treasury Secretary.
Bitcoin is a decentralized payments network. But a few big players hold a huge chunk of the coins.
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China is powering ahead with its DCEP central bank digital currency—but what are the implications for its decentralized rival, Bitcoin?