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:It took place with distributed ledger technology provided by SETL — a UK-based regulated blockchain services provider - which also provided the CBDC stablecoin."
 
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===External link===
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[https://www.ecb.europa.eu/pub/pdf/scpops/ecb.op223~3ce14e986c.en.pdf Crypto-Assets: Implications for financial stability, monetary policy, and payments and market infrastructures, May 2019, ECB Report]
 
[https://www.ecb.europa.eu/pub/pdf/scpops/ecb.op223~3ce14e986c.en.pdf Crypto-Assets: Implications for financial stability, monetary policy, and payments and market infrastructures, May 2019, ECB Report]

Latest revision as of 14:58, 13 May 2022

Cryptoassets - volatility.

A stablecoin is a privately issued cryptoasset that aims to provide price stability by backing the coin with other assets.


CBDC pilot
"Le Banque de France announced on January 19 that a pilot saw 2 million euro worth of simulated shares purchased and sold by investors using a CBDC.
It took place with distributed ledger technology provided by SETL — a UK-based regulated blockchain services provider - which also provided the CBDC stablecoin."
Association of Corporate Treasurers Payments landscape blog, Naresh Aggarwal, Associate Director, Policy & Technical, 20 January 2021


See also


External link

Crypto-Assets: Implications for financial stability, monetary policy, and payments and market infrastructures, May 2019, ECB Report