What exactly is a central bank digital currency? What role could it play in the payments system? How could it affect financial inclusion? Join us Tuesday, March 30 at noon CT for a discussion around a central bank digital currency and how it can be designed to bring the unbanked community into the financial system.

Please note: The Federal Reserve will be presenting research on the topic of central bank digital currencies but is not currently working towards implementing a central bank digital currency.

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Exploring the Possibilities of a Central Bank Digital Currency

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Agenda

March 30, 2021

12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Exploring the Possibilities of a Central Bank Digital Currency

  • Webinar

speaker:
Jesse Leigh Maniff
Payments Specialist, Payment Strategies