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Google Execs to Help Bank of England 'Understand' Digital Currency

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PayPal, Google Execs to Help Bank of England 'Understand' Digital Currency



The Bank of England today announced members of two forums that will explore a potential central bank digital currency (CBDC) in the UK. The forum members include PayPal and Google bigwigs among representatives from many Silicon Valley giants.To get more news about LTC, you can visit wikibit.com official website.
  CBDCs are digital versions of a fiat currency—like pound sterling, the euro or dollar—backed by a central bank. Countries around the world are currently researching the benefits of developing them. Some countries—such as China and the Bahamas—have already rolled out or are in the testing stages of a CBDC project.
  The UK has so far been comparatively slow, and has only announced research into such an asset. But todays announcement shows that the Bank of England is at least consulting with top experts in the tech and finance space. The forum will research and provide feedback to the Bank on how a CBDC could—or couldn't—work in the UK.
  “The Forum will help the Bank to understand the technological challenges of designing, implementing and operating a CBDC,” the announcement read.
  The members of the CBDC Engagement Forum and CBDC Technology Forum include Edwin Aoki, who serves as CTO, blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital currencies at PayPal, Matthieu Saint Olive, the CBDC and payments manager at ConsenSys, and Ashley Lannquist, project lead, blockchain and digital currency at the World Economic Forum. (Disclosure: ConsenSys Mesh funds an editorially independent Decrypt.)
  Other members include Mark Shaw, director of global payments strategy for music streaming provider Spotify, Charlotte Hogg, the CEO of Visa Europe, and Diana Layfield, the president of EMEA partnerships at Google.
  The two forums merged in April to explore whether a CBDC will work in the UK. The idea with a CBDC, in the UK at least, is that it would work to compliment cash but would be a fast and secure way of sending money and making payments.
  Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey has repeatedly said that he doesnt consider decentralized digital assets, like Bitcoin, to be money.
  But he has said stablecoins—assets pegged to fiat currencies though different to CBDCs—could become an important part of the future financial landscape.
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