CBDC Infrastructure: Banque de France

CBDC Infrastructure

When Banque de France made its initial call for central bank digital currency (CBDC) experiment participants in 2020, many companies said they were exploring the benefits of blockchain. They wanted to tokenise their assets and financial assets, but they needed settlement.

“It is quite easy to trade securities between Asia and Europe, but settlement can take weeks,” Adeline Bachellerie, head of digital currency and innovation, tells Central Banking. “Some experiments showed how the number of

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