- Stablecoins as a collateral sinkhole
- Treating stablecoins like ETFs
- A history lesson on why we need central banks
- Stablecoins as a euphemism for full-reserve banking
- BIS: Moving fast and stablising things
- Is Libra really the world’s most ambitious international settlement system?
- Zuckerbuck vs PayPal vs China
- A G7 stablecoin report that tells it how it is
- Suddenly Facebook’s Libra is all about defending “the Free World” from China
- Libra is imperialism by stealth
- France says it won’t allow Libra in Europe
- ECB board member slams “cartel-like” Libra
- Facebook fights back against Libra criticism
- Libra myth-busting (video)
- Nick Clegg: “I'm not just providing a PR gloss”
- A pound of flesh for your Libra inclusion
- Why closed-loop systems like Libra won't change the world
- Facebook's Libra will not help the unbanked
- Facebook’s Libra: blockchain, but without the blocks or chain
- What exactly is Facebook's Libra Reserve?
Why the rest of the world could learn from developments over the past decade in Indian payments.
The Cambridge Security Initiative jointly led by Sir Richard Dearlove, former chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, and professor Christopher Andrew, a former official historian of MI5, is a think tank specialising in security and intelligence. The initiative has released a report on cashless society, authored by Alfred Rolington and the verdict is… cash is still king, and don’t expect to see it disappear any time soon. This, however, runs contrary to the rhetoric of some central bankers these days, among them Andy Haldane, the BoE’s chief economist who has floated the idea of having the central bank issue its own digital cash as a means of combatting the zero lower bound. Haldane has also said central bank–issued digital currencies form a core part of the Bank’s research agenda as a result.