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韩国将试用区块链技术开发其中央银行的数字货币

2020-10-9 12:56

 

一个月前,我们报道了韩国银行(BOK)正在寻求与一家咨询公司合作开发其央行数字货币(CBDC)。据韩联社报道,三星今天公布了其数字韩元计划的更多细节,其中包括一个利用银行进行零售分销的双层系统,类似于实物现金。


该行计划使用区块链或分布式账本技术,将其称为CBDC账本。


它可能是由额外的可编程性激发的,标记了现金出价。今年早些时候,韩国银行透露,它正在对政府债券进行试点,使用区块链进行结算和交付。这个用例需要标记的CBDC或stablecoin。


与许多其他主要央行一样,英国央行尚未决定推出数字货币,去年似乎对这个想法有些反对。


今年早些时候,BOK概述了digital won试验的三步流程,第一个技术审查阶段已于7月完成。第二步是与咨询公司进行业务流程分析,这是当前阶段。最后一个阶段是建立一个针对明年的测试解决方案。


与此同时,中国正在推进其数字元(eCNY)。该公司最近透露,其测试的规模高达11亿eCNY或1.6亿美元。在欧洲,随着个别欧洲央行(如法国和爱沙尼亚)开始进行测试,情况正在取得进展。上周,欧洲央行(ecb)概述了数字化欧元的14项要求。

 

A month ago, we reported that the Bank of Korea (BOK) was looking to partner with a consulting firm for its central bank digital currency (CBDC). Today it shared more details about its plans for a digital won that includes a two-tier system using banks for retail distribution, in a similar manner to physical cash, reported Yonhap news

The Bank plans to use blockchain or distributed ledger technology, referring to it as the CBDC ledger. 

It might be motivated by the additional programmability that tokenized cash offers. Earlier this year, BOK disclosed that it was working on a pilot for government bonds, using blockchain for settlement and delivery versus payment. A tokenized CBDC or stablecoin would be a requirement for this use case.

As with many other major central banks, the Bank has not decided to proceed with a digital currency, and last year appeared to be a little against the idea.

Earlier this year, BOK outlined a three-step process for digital won trials, with the first technology review stage completed in July. The second step was to involve business process analysis with a consulting firm, which is the current phase. And the final stage is to build out a test solution that is targeted for next year.

Meanwhile, China is forging ahead with its digital yuan or eCNY. It recently revealed the extent of its testing to the tune of 1.1 billion eCNY or $160 million. In Europe, matters are progressing with individual European central banks starting to do testing, such as France and Estonia. And last week, the European Central Bank outlined 14 requirements for a digital euro.

 

来自: Ledger Insights