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BIS Economist Proposes DLT-Based Financial Market Monitoring

An economist of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has proposed new ways of supervising financial risks through distributed ledger technology (DLT).In a recently released working paper, economist Raphael Auer made the case for so-called embedded supervision, which would automatically monitor tokenized markets. This would purportedly eliminate the need

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From ‘Ponzi’ to ‘We’re Working on It’ — BIS Chief Reverses Stance on Crypto

The head of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has appeared to U-turn on issuing digital currencies after a fresh interview with the Financial Times on June 30. Speaking to the publication, BIS chief Augustin Carstens actively endorsed the creation and issuance of digital versions of national fiat currencies. “Many central

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Will Bitcoin Shine? After Ponzi Jab, BIS Boss Says CBDC Destabilizing

Bitcoin price under pressureCarstens of BIS against central bank digital currencies (CBDCs)Volumes low and drop below or above Mar 21 high-lows must exceed 13kAccording to BIS’s Carstens, central banks shifting to CBDCs will destabilize the economy. However, that is not stopping some central banks from experimenting with them. Meanwhile, Bitcoin

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BIS Report Questions Longevity, Efficacy of Proof-of-Work Based Cryptocurrencies

A recent report from the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has cast a spotlight on the efficacy and longevity of the proof-of-work (PoW) consensus and the future of Bitcoin.The paper takes an in-depth look at how the Bitcoin protocol verifies payments using blockchain technology and various consensus algorithms.PoW algorithms are

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BIS: Proof Of Work Bitcoin (BTC) Won’t Replace Wall Street

Proof of Work-Enabled Bitcoin Unlikely To Succeed  On Monday, the Basel, Switzerland-based Bank of International Settlements (BIS) — the so-called central bank of central banks — released a paper titled “Beyond the doomsday economics of “proof-of-work” in cryptocurrencies.” In the research publication, authored by BIS’ principal economist Raphael Auer, it was explained

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