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中国采取更多措施实现人民币的数字化

2020-2-13 13:51

 

在中国普通消费者数字支付方面,中国一直处于领先地位。虽然像Apple Pay这样的支付方式在美国越来越被广泛接受,但在邻近的日本,这样的支付方式仍然相对少见。支付宝为中国居民提供了在日常交易中使用法定货币的机会,这似乎让他们适应了支付和货币100%数字化的这一天。

中国央行在密码监管方面大展身手


尽管中国最近对在线和数字支付采取了较为宽容的态度,但它对加密货币的崛起大多采取了更为专制的措施。在中国公民挖出数百万比特币后,政府做出了自2017年9月起禁止在中国境内进行任何加密货币交易的回应。


尽管中国政府对加密货币采取强硬立场,但该国也对区块链技术和开发央行数字货币表现出了兴趣。越来越清楚的是,通过加强监管,它有自己的计划。据英国《金融时报》报道,中国人民银行(pboc)最近提交了80多项专利申请,为推出一种新的数字货币铺平了道路。


Rimon Law合伙人、专利律师马克•考夫曼(Marc Kaufman)向英国《金融时报》表示:


“实际上,所有这些专利申请都与将数字货币系统整合到现有的银行基础设施有关。”


这对中国密码的未来意味着什么?


这些专利申请符合中国最近的政策,强调在允许比特币和其他加密货币持有者影响市场之前,中国愿意接受区块链。正如Cointelegraph所报道的,中国政府似乎喜欢区块链的安全数据管理潜力,但不喜欢它的分散性和无许可性,也不喜欢加密资产带来的投机。

 

China has been leading the way when it comes to digital payments by average consumers in the country. While such payments in the United States like Apple Pay are becoming more widely accepted, in nearby Japan such methods are still relatively rare. Alipay has been offering residents of China the chance to use fiat currency for everyday transactions, seemingly acclimating them for the day both payment and currency become 100% digital.

 

China Central Bank Flexes its Regulatory Muscles on Crypto

 

Although China has taken a somewhat more permissive stance toward online and digital payments recently, it has mostly responded to the rise of cryptocurrency with more authoritarian measures. After it was clear millions of Bitcoin were being mined by Chinese nationals, the government responded by prohibiting all cryptocurrency trading in the country as of September 2017.

 

Despite the Chinese government's hardline stance toward cryptocurrencies, the country has also shown interest in blockchain technology and developing a central bank digital currency. it’s becoming clear it has its own plans through additional regulation. According to the Financial Times, The People’s Bank of China has recently filed applications for more than 80 patents, paving the way for the launch of a new digital currency. 

 

Marc Kaufman, a partner and patent attorney at Rimon Law, told the Financial Times:

 

“Virtually all of these patent applications relate to integrating a system of digital currency into the existing banking infrastructure.”

 

What does this mean for the future of crypto in China?

 

These patent applications are consistent with recent policy in China, emphasizing its willingness to embrace blockchains before allowing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency holders to influence the market. As Cointelegraph has reported, the Chinese government seems to like the safe data management potential of blockchain, but not its decentralized and permissionless nature as well as the speculation enabled by crypto assets.

 

原作者: Guest Author 来自: cointelegraph