Stablecoins and CBDCs and their related issues of privacy and surveillance lead this week’s Law Decoded.
Libra will initially be pegged to just one fiat currency.
The Director of National Intelligence wants to have the SEC’s leader briefed on the dangers of the U.S. falling behind in crypto.
Making digital cash work efficiently for public stimulus payments doesn’t require a detour through blockchain technology, in the view of U.S. progressives.
Amid global economic contraction, Bitcoin appears to be gaining momentum against struggling fiat currencies.
Strategic investor Lyn Alden says the 2020 macroeconomic environment is extremely favorable to Bitcoin.
Sounds like its CBDC is unlikely to dethrone the United States dollar as the world’s reserve currency anytime soon.
Canada’s central bank recognizes that CBDCs are a necessarily international issue.
$20,000 Bitcoin is back on the table if bulls clear this key resistance cluster.
Another global bank believes that digital assets are the future of the global economy.