Central Banking

Central banks will be using blockchain by 2019 – research

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A recent study by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance has found 20% of central banks surveyed expect to be using blockchain technology by 2019.

In the Global blockchain benchmarking study, Garrick Hileman and Michel Rauchs gather data from 57 central banks and other public institutions to better understand how the public sector is reacting to blockchain’s introduction in the market.

According to the study, 40% of central banks expect to have active blockchain applications within the

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