Stablecoins, DLT, CBDC, DeFi, NFTs, and the metaverse were the main topics of discussion throughout the day, and many bankers and regulators expressed different views on these concepts.
Stablecoins, CBDCs, and blockchain protocols were among the topics discussed in the "Banking Unblockchained?" webinar hosted by the Polish Blockchain Association last July 27.
Regulators in the European Union and the United States met at the Joint Financial Regulatory Forum to exchange their views on topics of mutual interest as part of their regular financial regulatory dialogue.
The Financial Services and Markets Bill would further integrate definitions for digital assets and digital asset service providers into existing financial legislation.
ECB's Macroprudential Bulletin takes a closer look at stablecoins, DeFi, and climate risks associated with ‘crypto-assets.’
BoE said the United Kingdom needs to have "enhanced regulations" for the market even as it continues to grow and potentially poses a greater risk to financial stability.
According to the BIS, the need for the project is due to "the collapse of many stablecoins and decentralized finance (DeFi) lending platforms."
The founder and CEO of GAP600 says that the BSV blockchain has a compelling offering that government officials and private entities are interested in, even if they know nothing about blockchain.
Here is a list of some interesting and disruptive developments related to payments and blockchain technology happening right now—take a closer look at some of them.
The over-concentration of the stablecoin markets was also highlighted, with the trio of Tether (USDT), USD Coin (USDC), and Binance USD (BUSD) controlling over 80% of the market share.
Using blockchain powered currency as simply a means of funding wallets is a missed opportunity—that’s the main message that serial entrepreneur Phillip Runyan wants to share with senior execs from the gambling industry.