Among the responses, the bank said it had received a number of helpful technical contributions on how best to realize the digital euro.
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In this episode of CoinGeek Pulse, we hear some encouraging news coming from the European Central Bank.
The European Central Bank is in the process of a consultation on a digital euro, with a decision on whether to move forward with the central bank digital currency set for January 2021.
Rainer Olt, head of Payments and Settlement Systems Department, said Eesti Pank wants to “address and overcome the bottlenecks of DLTs for bearer CBDC.
The report suggests that the bank would be open to considering both centralized and decentralized models for the digital currency.
The ABI recognizes that the world, as well as money, is evolving and adapting to the digital lifestyles that many people live.
The central bank ran a transaction involving settling €40 million of bonds issued as security tokens in exchange for digital euros.