Central bank digital currencies: 10 questions

Paul Mackel, James Pomeroy and Zoey Zho

Excitement has grown around central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) due to major developments in the currencies and payments world over the past two years. The topic has gained increased interest from governments, corporates, investors and anyone with an interest in payments or monetary policy. In recent months, more central banks have become involved in research projects, more answers are being found to the numerous design challenges, and more questions are coming our way on the subject. This chapter will look at key issues, short and long term, around the development, launch and impact of

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