BIS to research prototype DLT green bond platform

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Dan Hinge

The Bank for International Settlements’ innovation hubs will create a distributed ledger prototype to test the distribution of “tokenised green bonds”.  

In a statement today (January 22), the BIS hubs outlined their priorities for 2021, which will focus on six core topics. Other projects will focus on central bank-issued digital currencies (CBDCs) and regulatory reporting.

The BIS has also launched a new innovation network to support the work carried out by its innovation hubs. Benoît Coeuré

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