BIS Archive

BIS Asks Central Banks to Urgently Develop CBDCs to Compete With Crypto Assets

The head of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) Innovation Hub, Benoît Cœuré, has

Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and South Africa to Trial Cross-Border Digital Currency Payments

The central banks of Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Republic of South Africa have

IMF, World Bank, BIS Recommend Countries Work Together on CBDCs to Enhance Cross-Border Payments

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, and the Bank of International Settlement

US State Department Official Wants El Salvador to ‘Ensure Bitcoin Is Well Regulated’

The U.S. Department of State’s undersecretary of state for political affairs, Victoria Nuland, has

BIS Economist Recommends ‘Technology-Neutral’ Crypto Regulation, Low-Cost Supervision of Decentralized Markets

An economist with the Bank of International Settlements has found that cryptocurrencies are not

BIS: Cryptocurrencies Are Often Used in Financial Crimes, Money Laundering, Ransomware Attacks

The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) says that it is now clear that cryptocurrencies

Bitcoinization: JPMorgan Notes ‘Similarly Situated’ Countries Could Make Bitcoin Legal Tender Like El Salvador

JPMorgan struggles to “see any tangible economic benefits associated with adopting bitcoin as a

Basel Committee Proposes Differentiating Regulation of Crypto Assets Based on Risks to Banks

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has proposed dividing crypto assets into two groups

Swiss, French Central Banks to Trial Wholesale CBDC Settlements With BIS and Private Sector

The central banks of Switzerland and France are joining hands with the Bank for

Fintechs Invited to Work on Georgia’s Central Bank Digital Currency

National Bank of Georgia (NBG) has issued a call for companies in the fintech