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报告:六家央行考虑4月份的数字货币会议

2020-2-7 11:49

 

据《日本经济新闻》(Nikkei)周四报道,负责数字货币联合研究的6个主要央行的领导人正考虑于4月中旬在华盛顿举行首次会议。


英国、欧元区、日本、加拿大、瑞典和瑞士的央行上月宣布了一项计划,将分享它们的研究结果,以研究发行数字货币的理由。目前,围绕货币未来的争论日益激烈。


日经新闻称,六国央行和国际清算银行(bis)领导人将于4月举行会议,讨论如何简化跨境结算和安全问题,如果未来各国央行发行数字货币,这些问题需要得到解决。


该报称,六家央行计划在6月发布中期报告,在秋季前后发布最终报告,但未援引消息人士的话。


日本央行(Bank of Japan)一名高管表示,尚未确定召开任何会议的时间表,但他表示,各国央行必须灵活应对快速数字化,以保持作为货币发行者的地位。


"在日本,我们目前没有任何发行央行数字货币(CBDC)的计划,"日本央行执委Masai Takako周四在日本西部奈良举行的新闻发布会上表示。


她表示:“但我们需要做出努力,以便做好应对准备,以防公众对央行数字货币的需求大幅上升。”


全球各国央行正在加快步伐,考虑发行自己的数字货币,即cbdc。Facebook推出其“天秤座”加密货币的努力,引发了一个问题:在未来几十年里,国家是否会继续控制货币。


在各大央行中,中国央行已成为自主发行数字化货币的领跑者,不过该项目的细节仍不清楚。

 

Leaders of six major central banks undertaking joint research on digital currencies are considering holding their first meeting in mid-April in Washington, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Thursday.

The central banks of Britain, the euro zone, Japan, Canada, Sweden and Switzerland announced a plan last month to share their findings to look at the case for issuing digital currencies, amid growing debate over the future of money.

The leaders of the six central banks and the Bank of International Settlements will meet in April to discuss ways to streamline cross-border settlement and security issues that need to be addressed if central banks issue digital currencies in the future, the Nikkei said.

The six central banks plan to release an interim report in June and a final report around autumn, the paper said, without citing sources.

A Bank of Japan executive said no timetable has been fixed for any meeting of the group, but said central banks must respond flexibly to rapid digitalization to stay relevant as issuers of money.

“In Japan, we don’t have any plans now to issue central bank digital currencies (CBDC),” BOJ board member Takako Masai told a news conference in Nara, western Japan, on Thursday.

“But we need to make an effort so we’re ready to respond, in case public demand for central bank digital currencies rise dramatically,” she said.

Central banks across the world have quickened the pace at which they are looking at issuing their own digital currencies, also known as CBDCs. Facebook’s push to launch its Libra cryptocurrency has raised questions over whether nation states will continue to control money in the decades ahead.

Of the major central banks, China’s has emerged as the frontrunner in the drive to create its own digitized money, though details of its project are still scarce. 

 

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