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A survey commissioned by the bank of central banks, the Bank of International Settlements, has disclosed that even though Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) are being researched by a big number of reserve banks, the work is mostly conceptual. Consequently, only a handful of them have any intentions of issuing a CBDC in the near The post 70% of Central Banks are Working on Digital Currencies, No Hurry to Issue Them: BIS appeared first on CCN
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A recent survey by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) found the majority of the world’s central banks are not too keen on issuing digital currencies at least for the next three years but 70 percent of them accepted that they are exploring with the idea of CBDCs in some capacity, reports SCMP, on January 8, 2019. Low Acceptance Continues to be Cryptocurrencies’ Achilles Heel The survey conducted by the BIS took place towards the end of 2018 and included central banks that cover approximately 80 percent of the world’s population.
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A recent survey by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) found the majority of the world’s central banks are not too keen on issuing digital currencies at least for the next three years but 70 percent of them accepted that they are exploring with the idea of CBDCs in some capacity, reports SCMP, on January 8, 2019. Low Acceptance Continues...Read More. The post by Aisshwarya Tiwari appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
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Latest Bitcoin Cash News Recently, a high ranking official with the Bank of International Settlement said Bitcoin is an “evil spawn of a crisis”. In yet another incident, the General Manager of the same bank, Agustín Carstens, said Bitcoin was masquerading as a currency and it was a Ponzi scheme, a bubble and an environmental disaster. Lambasts didn’t stop there, the Head of Research and Economic Adviser said “Bitcoin masquerades as a currency” and that transactions made on blockchains are not 100 percent valid. Read: 70% of Central Banks “Ar
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However, 85% of the banks do not plan to issue their own cryptocurrencies in the next three years.
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According to a report recently published by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), central banks in most of its affiliate countries would be highly interested in having a better understanding of blockchain technologies and the possible implications of their adoption. In addition to changes in how payments are made, even the type of money used could be changing. Across the world, central banks are reportedly thinking about how new central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) could replace traditional money (CPMI-MC (2018)). There is significa
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News The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has published a survey showing that most central central banks are “proceeding cautiously” on issuing their own digital currencies. Only a handful are planning to do so in the near future, it said. Also read: Coinflex Exchange to Offer Leveraged BCH and BTC Futures 70 Percent of Central Banks Working Towards Own Digital Money Swiss-based BIS, dubbed the central bank of central banks, surveyed 63 of its members on central bank digital currencies (CBDC), a
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The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has published a survey showing that most central central banks are “proceeding cautiously” on issuing their own digital currencies. Only a handful are planning to do so in the near future, it said. Also read: Coinflex Exchange to Offer Leveraged BCH and BTC Futures 70 Percent of Central Banks Working Towards Own Digital Money Swiss-based BIS, dubbed the central bank of central banks, surveyed 63 of its members on central bank digital currencies (CBDC), a form of government issued digital money that
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A new report published by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) shows that the majority of central banks are studying central bank digital currencies (CBDC). However, most of them are unlikely to issue any type of digital currency in the near future.  CBDC ‘Unlikely’ in The Short Term BIS published the results of a new survey on central banks studying the technology behind Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. A total of 63 banks have responded. They represent jurisdictions, which cover about 80 percent of the population of the world and more
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A new report from the Bank for International Settlements has found that 70 percent of central banks are conducting research into central bank digital currencies
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An executive board member of the European Central Bank (ECB), Benoit Coeure, dealt a verbal blow to bitcoin and the infant cryptocurrency industry when he termed the digital currency “a combination of a bubble, a Ponzi scheme, and an environmental disaster,” per a report by Bloomberg, published November 15, 2018. Bitcoin “Evil Spawn” of Financial Crisis Speaking at the Bank...Read More. The post by Aisshwarya Tiwari appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
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Latest Bitcoin News While speaking at the Economics of Payments IX to mark a decade after the fall of the Lehman Brothers—an investment bank and a casualty of the Great Financial Crisis, Benoît Cœuré, the European Central Bank executive board member and the chair of the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures at the Bank for International Settlements has acknowledged that Bitcoin is a clever idea as part of his speech covering the rising awareness of cryptocurrencies and potential application of blockchain technology through which ma
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Cryptocurrency advocates continue to hit back at fresh criticism of Bitcoin from the European Central Bank (ECB), which on November 15 publicly called it the “evil spawn of the financial crisis.” Cœuré: ‘Lightning May Strike Me’ In a speech at the Economics of Payments IX conference in Basel, Switzerland, Benoît Cœuré, Chair of the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and ECB Executive Board member, provided what is perhaps the Bank’s most prominent naysayer remarks yet about Bitcoi
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Benoît Cœuré made his comments at a BIS conference in Basel this week.
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An Executive Board member of the European Central Bank considers Bitcoin to be the “evil spawn of the [2008] financial crisis”
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Contrary to what many crypto-enthusiasts think Bitcoin is a speculative investment with great upside potential, an old-age financial sector stakeholder has disregarded the value of digital assets and described them as pure software algorithms without any benefit. Bitcoin is not money! – claims “Bank for Central Banks” The ruling was issued by the Director-General of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Agustin Carstens to an audience in Miami on 1 November. The Mexican economist emphasized the reforms of the payment systems initiated
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A report from the Bank for International Settlements titled “Money and payment systems in the digital age,” published November 1, 2018, suggests that leading cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, ether, and stablecoin tether do not serve the primary functions of money, and are, therefore, a poor store of value. Unlikely to Witness Mass Adoption The report highlights that digital currencies have not...Read More. The post by Aisshwarya Tiwari appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
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Virtual coins are not currencies but a piece of art for those who like cryptography, the head of Bank of International Settlement explained during a speech in the US.
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The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) published a report harshly criticizing decentralized virtual currencies, dismissing bitcoin as “a poor substitute for solid institutional support for money.” The international financial organization said that cryptocurrencies are too unstable, consume too much electricity and are subject to manipulation and fraud to serve as a means of payment of bona fide (good faith) in the global economy. For these reasons, the BIS concluded, the decentralized nature of virtual currencies is a fundamental defect
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Financial technology provider Airsoft Technologies has teamed with blockchain startup PumaPay to enable its clients to pay for services in cryptocurrencies. Established in 2012, Airsoft offers a wide range of software solutions and end-to-end business consulting services to stakeholders in the financial industry. Its offering expands over a suite of Forex, contract for difference (CFD) and crypto trading solutions for brokerage firms and ancillary services focused on business operation consultancy, lead generation, marketing and business intr
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Financial technology provider Airsoft Technologies has teamed with blockchain startup PumaPay to enable its clients to pay for services in cryptocurrencies. Established in 2012, Airsoft offers a wide range of software solutions and end-to-end business consulting services to stakeholders in the financial industry. Its offering expands over a suite of Forex, contract for difference (CFD) and crypto trading solutions for brokerage firms and ancillary services focused on business operation consultancy, lead generation, marketing and business intr
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The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) recently released their report about the effect of regulation on the cryptocurrency market capitalization. This report reveals that in spite of their borderless nature, regulatory activities and the media cycles from which they spawn have a massive impact on cryptocurrency markets, both in the positive and the negative. Grounds for Regulation Since cryptocurrencies have...Read More. The post by Eric Czuleger appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
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Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin trading–infamously known for their volatility–seem to have become relatively “stable overall” as investors have held on to their digital investments, according to research published by Chainalysis on Sept. 24. Maturing Crypto Market In its report, the New York-based security company compiled data from the most-traded cryptocurrencies to the least. Based on their total liquidity, the researchers classified the coins broadly under “mainly for speculation and transactions”–for the most liquid–and “investments, lost coi
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In its recently released quarterly report, the Bank of International Settlements looks at the reasons behind cryptocurrencies’ wide price swings and the possibilities for international regulation.
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The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has issued a new report claiming that cryptocurrency markets are directly impacted by news events related to regulation. But perhaps more noteworthy is the Bank’s conclusion that cryptocurrencies do not yet pose a systemic threat to global financial stability – a statement that seemingly contradicts past assertions. No Threat […] The post Danger No More? Bank for International Settelements No Longer Thinks Cryptocurrencies are an Immediate Threat appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance.
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A new report published by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has found a strong correlation between crypto prices and news of regulators’ interventions. According to the report published September 23 by BIS – an organization based in Switzerland made up of 60 of the world’s central banks – cryptocurrencies retain close links to news of regulatory actions across different national jurisdictions. This is despite crypto’s design to function in a borderless and frictionless manner. BIS’ empirical investigation spanned all news events f
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A new report from the Bank for International Settlements has shown a strong correlation between crypto prices and news of regulators’ interventions
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Regulatory news and reports about combating money laundering and terrorist financing significantly impact the market performance of Bitcoin (BTC) and altcoins, according to BIS economists Raphael Auer and Stijn Claessens.
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If you ask any Bitcoin enthusiasts what Bitcoin is all about, they will definitely tell you that bitcoin is great because it lies outside of the regulatory control of centralized corporations, banks, and governments. A news report from BIS, however, shows that governments have substantial control over the price of bitcoin because crypto markets “react […]
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Recently, the Bank for International Settlements [BIS] published a Quarterly review. In the document, authors Raphael Auer, Principal Economist in the Monetary Policy unit [BIS], and Stijn Claessens, Head of Financial Stability Policy department [BIS] discussed the impact of national regulatory news on cryptocurrencies. According to the report, despite crypto-assets having no formal legal homes and being traded internationally, news events about national regulations have a notable impact on them. The report stated:  “Part of our interpretatio
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New research has found that, despite the popular idea that cryptocurrencies operate generally outside the reach of national regulators, regulatory actions still have a huge impact on crypto markets. The research is presented in a report by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), an organisation owned by 60 of the world’s central banks from countries The post Cryptocurrency Prices Highly Correlated to Regulatory Action: Central Bank Report appeared first on CCN
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A new report from the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) contends that bitcoin markets are swayed by news events related to regulation.
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The BIS study suggests that cryptocurrency markets rely on regulated financial institutions to operate, bringing cryptocurrencies within reach of national regulation.
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Blockchain Automation Industry to Be Worth $ 1.6 Billion by 2026, Claims BIS Research
BIS Research, global B2B market intelligence and advisory firm published a report on August 21, 2018, which estimates that the global automotive blockchain market size will reach figures around $1.6 billion by 2026. The report attributes the growing popularity of blockchain technology to its immense potential benefits, including immutability, reliability and continually improving scalability. Blockchain’s Universal Malleability The report sheds... The post Blockchain Automation Industry to Be Worth $ 1.6 Billion by 2026, Claims BIS Research a
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Bitcoin Only ‘Masquerades’ as a Currency: BIS Research Chief
Hyun Song Shin, Economic Adviser and Head of Research of the Switzerland-based Bank for International Settlements (BIS), told Bloomberg that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies “fall a long way short of being able to sustain a monetary system” and really only “masquerade” as real currencies. Speaking in the latest episode of the Bloomberg Benchmark podcast, Shin argued The post Bitcoin Only ‘Masquerades’ as a Currency: BIS Research Chief appeared first on CCN
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On exposing BIS ignorance about cryptocurrencies
To help understand the genuinely transformative business technology of blockchain in the context of cryptocurrency hype, Wharton professor… Continue reading on Medium »
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Muh Monopoly! How a Banker's Talk Sparked All Kinds of Crypto Mockery
The head of the Bank of International Settlements briefly became the butt of crypto Twitter trolling last week after issuing new comments on the tech.
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International Bankster Agustin Carstens Begs Young People To Stop Using Bitcoin
The living caricature of a bloated, pompous bankster, Agustin Carstens of the Bank of International Settlements, is once again pontificating about the dangers of cryptocurrency, reiterating his baseless claims that crypto represents “a bubble, a Ponzi scheme, and environmental disaster.” Unable to find new arguments against the ever-growing market, which represents a significant threat to his own livelihood in a banking system challenged by the rise of Bitcoin, the Mexican fat cat regurgitated hi
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New BIS Chief: Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies can Never Function as Money
Bitcoin and altcoins are gradually going mainstream, with many governments of the world increasingly exploring its potentialities as a viable legal tender and equally building frameworks to protect investors. However, Agustín Carstens, the new chief of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), sees cryptos quite differently. Bitcoin will Never Become Money Carstens has frantically dismissed the ability of cryptocurrencies to function as money or compete with the conventional monetary system. Carstens says purely profit-taking drives cryp
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BANK OF INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENTS (BIS) MANAGER SAYS “CRYPTO WILL HAVE A BAD ENDING”
Recently, we have seen many people who have been calling the cryptocurrency system a ponzi scheme but later, diverting words and even supporting the new technology as they discover more and more records of progress in the crypto world. This his not been the case for bank of international settlement(BIS) as they stood their ground […]
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The Whales of the World’s Biggest Shitcoin? Examining BIS vs. Crypto
Agustin Carstens, the vanguard example of a central banker, recently reignited the long standing debate surrounding the validity of crypto by imploring young people to “stop trying to create money,” as such cryptocurrencies, per him, are “ponzi scheme[s]” that will “fail dramatically.” Also see: HBUS Crypto Exchange Opens Up Deposits for U.S. Traders Subscribe to the Bitsonline YouTube channel for great videos featuring industry insiders & experts BIS Bustin’ Bitcoin As expected, the comments from the Bank of International Settlements head ha
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Cryptos Are a Ponzi Scheme and an Environmental Disaster: BIS General Manager
The Bank for International Settlements is not a fan of cryptocurrencies, and it hasn’t shied away from expressing its view. Having released a scathing report on why cryptos are a poor substitute for the institutional backing of money less than two weeks ago, the bank’s general manager was at it again, this time calling cryptos a Ponzi scheme. In an interview with Swiss newspaper Basler Zeitung, Agustin Carstens said that cryptos have failed in their intended purpose of replacing fiat currencies and urged young people to use their talents for
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BIS Chief on Cryptocurrency: “Stop Trying to Create Money”
The General Manager of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) expressed a dystopian ending for cryptocurrencies — arguing that “creating money from nothing” has “never worked.” During an interview July 4th, 2018, with Swiss newspaper Basler Zeitung, BIS chief Agustin Carstens sharply criticized the notion of cryptocurrencies — describing them as “a bubble, a Ponzi scheme, and an environmental disaster.” This is not the first assault launched on cryptocurrency by Carstens — Mexico’s former finance minister and central bank governor. In ea
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Crypto Coders Should Stop Reinventing Money, Says BIS Chief Agustin Carstens
Cryptocurrencies cannot assume the functions of money, according to Agustin Carstens, head of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). In a recent interview with Swiss newspaper Basler Zeitung, Carstens reiterated his belief that cryptocurrencies represent “a bubble, a Ponzi scheme and an environmental disaster.” “The hype came about because this was something completely new and because you could ostensibly make sure-fire profits in a short space of time,” Carstens said. “But if you look at them closely, cryptocurrencies are, in a nutshe
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BIS General Manager: Cryptocurrencies are Bubble
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Bank of International Settlements Head: “Stop Trying to Create Money!”
The new head of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), Agustin Carstens, gave an interview to Swiss publication Basler Zeitung at the end of June. As reported in the publication, his message to people in the crypto world was clear: Glance back into the past and you will see that creating gold or money from nothing has been a regular obsession. It never worked. Even the great physicist Isaac Newton was at one point in his life obsessed by alchemy and the idea of making gold. He was very successful in a number of fields, but in this one
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‘Stop Trying to Create Money!’: BIS Chief Carstens on Cryptocurrency
“Those crazy kids and their bitcoins, when will they ever learn?” No, that’s not a direct quote, but it more or less sums up international banking chief Agustín Carstens’ thoughts on cryptocurrency, both as a technological development and an economic pursuit. Carstens, the newly-christened general manager of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) — the The post ‘Stop Trying to Create Money!’: BIS Chief Carstens on Cryptocurrency appeared first on CCN
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‘Stop Trying to Create Money,’ BIS Chief Tells Young Bitcoiners
The general manager of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) Agustin Carstens has renewed the institution’s attacks on cryptocurrency, calling them “a bubble, a Ponzi scheme and an environmental disaster.” Carstens: Crypto ‘Fails Dramatically’ As Money In an interview with Swiss news outlet Basler Zeitung, published June 25 with a translation on BIS’ own website July 4, Carstens hit out at Bitcoin’s popularity and said no cryptocurrency would have a “happy ending.” “Cryptocurrencies do not fulfil any of the three purposes of money. Th
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BIS Chief to Crypto Coders: 'Stop Trying to Create Money'
Agustín Carstens, general manager of the Bank for International Settlements, made strong comments again on cryptocurrency.
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BIS Chief Bashes Cryptocurrency Again in Scathing Review of Its ‘Failure’ as Money
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency have come in for more bad press from banks as the head of the Bank for International Settlements says they “fail” as money
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South Korea Thinks Real-Name System is Working – Stepping Up Crypto Monitoring
South Korea’s top financial regulator recently told 23 other countries’ regulators that the kimchi premium has fizzled since the anonymous trading of cryptocurrencies was banned in the country. Now, the government is introducing a new guideline to prevent local crypto exchanges from buying cryptocurrencies at foreign exchanges. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Kimchi Premium Disappearing Kim Yong-beom, the vice chairman of South Korea’s top financial regulator, the Financial Services Commission (FSC), attended a
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Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings: The BIS Report is Too Critical of Cryptocurrencies
Recently, a Bank for International Settlements Analysis criticized several features of crypto coins and assets, making them unfit for widespread adoption.
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BIS Suggests Cryptocurrencies Should Be Regulated Like Stocks and Bonds
Crypto assets are still an uncharted territory when it comes to regulatory framework across the world. Governments, as well as crypto exchanges, traders, crypto miners, etc., are all struggling to understand this new prospective financial market. The governments of some countries even refuse to have anything to do with them, outright banning their use entirely. Some, alternatively, are opening up to them, seeing everyday-life potential cryptocurrencies have. What exactly are cryptocurrencies?
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Necessity: Bahamas Central Bank to Develop National Cryptocurrency
At a time when the Bank of International Settlements (BIS)  and some other pessimistic world governments have condemned blockchain technology and digital currencies citing volatility and scalability issues, this island nation has resorted to distributed ledger technology and digital currency in a bid to solve its problems. Central Bank-Backed Cryptocurrency The Bahamas, a small island nation of less than 400 million people with only 30 inhabited islands out of 700 islands, is looking to conquer its challenges by developing a central bank-bac
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Cryptocurrencies Should Be Recognized As Securities – BIS Economic Adviser
Hyun Song Shin, economic adviser and head of research of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), said that cryptocurrencies should be considered the same as stocks and bonds. In a speech at the annual general meeting of the BIS in Switzerland on Sunday, Shin said that if people pay to hold crptocurrencies for financial gain, then arguably they should be treated as a security and come under the same rigorous documentation requirements and regulation as other securities offered to investors for a return. “Bitcoin’s surge in transaction co
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BIS Economic Adviser: Cryptocurrencies Should Be Considered Securities
The Bank for International Settlements’ economic adviser Hyun Song Shin says that digital currencies should be considered securities
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Op-Ed: Crypto-Doomsday or Self-Preservation? Takeaways From BIS Central Bank Report
The “Central Bank of Central Banks” recently released a 24-page report taking a hard stance against the cryptocurrency movement and the mainstream application of the technology. The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) “fosters international monetary and financial cooperation and serves as a bank for central banks,” and presumably the recent crypto-doomsday report was carried out by The post Op-Ed: Crypto-Doomsday or Self-Preservation? Takeaways From BIS Central Bank Report appeared first on CCN
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3 Key Errors in the BIS Report on Bitcoin
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) released a report on cryptocurrencies over the weekend as a part of their 2018 Annual Economic Report. The intention of the report was to look “beyond the hype” and figure out if there are any real-world economic problems that can be solved by cryptocurrencies or blockchain technology. In their […] The post 3 Key Errors in the BIS Report on Bitcoin appeared first on Coinjournal.
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Bitcoin Is a Poor Substitute for the Institutional Backing of Money: Report
Cryptocurrencies come with poor efficiency and consume too much energy. They also lack the ability to scale and meet demand, and are too volatile for retail use. These are just a few of the reasons given in a new report as to why cryptos are “a poor substitute for the solid institutional backing of money.” The report was compiled by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), an international financial institution which was formed to foster financial cooperation between central banks. In its damning report which called cryptos a new petal o
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The BIS’ Report on Crypto as Money: A Critical Review
The Bank of International Settlements doesn’t think that crypto can substitute money. Is their criticism justified?
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