Earlier this year, the Financial Stability Board authored a paper on stablecoins: 'Addressing the regulatory, supervisory and oversight challenges raised by 'global stablecoin' arrangements'.
Solving for on-chain payment in wholesale banking
'Stablecoins' are typically viewed as a proxy for money, so we do need to be careful about their use and the potential risks that they create. To this end, the FSB has authored a paper on stablecoins: "Addressing the regulatory, supervisory and oversight challenges raised by “global stablecoin” arrangements”.
Do we need to change thinking on value-date i.e. the date on which a transaction actually takes place? We’d love to hear your views.
Blockchain is? Pick a headline: a) the global panacea for lots of ills, or b) all hype and more talked about than actually used. Does it matter? Unequivocally, it does. Well, at the very least, for those of us in Financial Services.