The job post outlines that the company is seeking someone with at least 10 years of experience in the field, of which at least five should have been served “with alternative payment providers.”
Lael Brainard, a member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, recently spoke about the Federal Reserve’s approach and thoughts on the blockchain and digital asset industries.
In its latest report, Fitch Ratings looked into how CBDCs could impact the global financial system, including giving governments a new way to track financial data and new financial policy options.
The Bahamas launched the Sand Dollar as it sought to insulate its financial system against the constant disruptions that occur whenever the country experiences a natural disaster.
Mobile networks Beeline and Megafon are reported to be considering supporting services for an eventual central bank digital currency.
The head of the Bank for International Settlements believes that Bitcoin could end up collapsing altogether.
In a recent outlook on payments in the digital era, the bank justified its earlier apprehension, but revealed that it’s now open to the possibility of a digital rupee.
The consumer credit giant was set to acquire Plaid for $5.3 billion, but antitrust claims from the Department of Justice have brought the deal to an end.
Known as Raast, the system is especially aimed at availing digital payments to women who have been financially marginalized for decades.
Unlike in Shenzhen, Beijing and Suzhou, the People’s Bank of China is expanding beyond the use of smartphones to make digital yuan payments.
Patrick Thompson takes a look at some of the revolutionary developments in banking and finance that took place in 2020 involving blockchain technology and digital currency.