The Digital Programmable Euro (Online Workshop)

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Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are coming. According to a study by the Bank for International Settlements, 20% of worldwide central banks intend to issue a CBDC within the next six years. Also the ECB is currently analyzing the introduction of a Euro CBDC. Such a digital Euro would be a huge undertaking as the EU is the largest economy in the world and the introduction of a digital Euro would have strong implications not only for households and the central bank but also for banks and industrial companies.

This online workshop introduces the basic ideas behind a Digital Euro, i.e., a Euro CBDC and explains how a Digital Euro fits in the current monetary system. Moreover, the role of the distributed ledger technology (DLT) is discussed, and the term “digital programmable Euro” is defined and explained.

TOPIC

The Digital Programmable Euro (Online Workshop)

SPEAKER

Jonas Gross (University of Bayreuth and Frankfurt School Blockchain Center)

DATE & TIME

Date: Friday, October 23, 2020

Time: 9h00-9h45

Mode: online talk via Zoom; Zoom dial-in URL will be sent previous to the online talk

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LANGUAGE

This talk will be held in English.

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