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Digital Currency Global Initiative - Call for Experts Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization About ITU-T Events All Groups Standards Resources BSG Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-T Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Digital Currency Global Initiative - Call for Experts Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-T > External Cooperation > Digital Currency Global Initiative > Digital Currency Global Initiative - Call for Experts Share Page Content 20 ​ ​​ ​Interested in showcasing your research on digital currencies to advance the work under the Digital Currency Global Intiative? (...) Areas of expertise needed* Architecture of digital currency.​ Interoperability requirements and use cases for central bank digital currency, stablecoins, e-money and cryptocurrency Data privacy, AML, KYC and digital id requirements and  for different types of digital currencies Assessment model for security threats and vulnerabilities of digital currencies based on DLTs and other implementation types. (...) Machine learning requirements and use cases in digital currencies Taxonomy and definitions of commonly used technical terms in digital currencies  Analysis of consumer protection requirements and competition issues for digital currencies (eg Central Bank Digital Currencies, Stablecoins and e-money).
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Score: 1470766.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e...gi/Pages/call-for-experts.aspx
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The Future of Digital Currency Global Initiative – A joint collaboration between ITU and Stanford University Digital Currency Global Initiative A collaboration between International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and Stanford University Digital Currency Global Initiative _________________________________________________ Page | 2 of 9 Table of Contents 1 Background .................................................................................................. 3 2 Digital Currency Global Initiative ................................................................. 3 3 Working Groups Terms of Reference ........................................................... 6 3.1 Architecture & Use Cases Working Group ............................................. 6 3.2 Policy & Governance Working Group .................................................... 7 3.3 Security and Assurance Working Group ................................................. 8 4 Annual Digital Currency Conference ............................................................ 9 5 Innovative Use Pillar .................................................................................... 9 6 Digital Currency Lab: Evaluation and Benchmarking .................................... 9 Digital Currency Global Initiative _________________________________________________ Page | 3 of 9 1 Background In 2017, the ITU-T Focus Group Digital Currency including Digital Fiat Currency (FG DFC) was set up and established an open and neutral platform for dialogue on Central Bank Digital Currency and other digital currency implementations. The FG-DFC brought together digital currency ecosystem stakeholders to discuss technical requirements, standards and anticipate effects of digital currencies in global national economies. (...) Goals: The Digital Currency Global Initiative goals are to drive the synergistic engagement, innovative use, and standardization of Digital Currencies, which are the three pillars of the Initiative.
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Score: 1469004.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e...0Initiative-ConceptNote-V4.pdf
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So why can’t private digital currency become digital fiat currency to satisfy the demand for digitalized currency? (...) Enterprises and the departments of government cannot use digital currency as booking currency. In fact, they can hardly offer any currency status besides digital assets, which means private digital currency is blocked for public scenes. (...) In other words, there are digital payments, but none is digital currency. For private digital currency, they normally turn into speculative digital assets due to the reason that they are unable to attract corresponding currency demand, and cannot satisfy digital currency demand in real world, although they are advisable in terms of technology perspective.
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Score: 1465502.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...%20Zhou%20Ziheng%20_Speech.pdf
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The Digital Currency Global Initiative is a collaboration between ITU and Stanford University and its main objectives are: Conduct further research on technical architecture, security, the technical implications and challenges in deployment caused by regulatory and policy requirements for Central Bank Digital Currency and other Digital Currencies, technology trends in digital currency and the use cases related to financial inclusion, operational efficiency and interoperability; Construct a set of metrics by which to evaluate the robustness of various digital currency technologies against the requirements set by various stakeholders.  (...) To achieve the above objectives, the activities of the Digital Currency Global Initiative are focused around three main pillars to drive the synergistic engagement, innovative use, and standardization of Digital Currencies. (...) It will pursue the dialogue and research initiated by  ITU-T Focus Group on Digital Currency including Digital Fiat Currency (FG DFC)  on pilot implementations, use cases and developing specifications for technical standards. 
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Score: 1462562.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/extcoop/dcgi/Pages/default.aspx
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TSAG set up the ITU-T Focus Group Digital Currency Including Digital Fiat Currency (FG DFC) at its meeting in May 2017. (...) ITU-T Focus Group Digital Currency Including Digital Fiat Currency: Reference Documentation: Governance Aspects of Digital Fiat Currency 9 Annex A: Contributors to the Survey 1. (...) ITU-T Focus Group Digital Currency Including Digital Fiat Currency: Reference Documentation: Governance Aspects of Digital Fiat Currency 12 Annex C: Countries where legislation or regulation is needed for digital fiat currency to be recognised.
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Score: 1457077.05 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...0Digital%20Fiat%20Currency.pdf
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Key questions the session focused​ on were:  How can digital currencies enhance financial inclusion?   (...) The Digital Currency Global Initiative provides an open and neutral platform for dialogue, knowledge sharing, and research on Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) applications and other digital currency implementations. It advances the dialogue and research initiated by ITU-T Focus Group on Digital Currency, including Digital Fiat Currency (FG DFC) on pilot implementations, use cases, and developing specifications for technical standards.  ​​ ​
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Score: 1455421.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...rs/20210329/Pages/default.aspx
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The first meeting of the Digital Currency Global Initiative and its three working groups will take place online on 22-23 July 2020 at 15:30 – 18:00 (CEST), on both days. 2 The objectives of the Digital Currency Global Initiative are: − Conduct further research on technical architecture, security, the technical implications and challenges in deployment caused by regulatory and policy requirements for Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and other digital currencies, technology trends in digital currency and the use cases related to financial inclusion, operational efficiency and interoperability; − Construct a set of metrics by which to evaluate the robustness of various digital currency technologies against the requirements set by various stakeholders; − Identify areas for standardization to enable implementation of digital currency; − Organize a conference on an annual basis to share information on best practices, technical standards and lessons learned on digital currency implementation. 3 The Digital Currency Global Initiative aims to provide an open and neutral platform for dialogue, knowledge sharing and research on the applications of Central Bank Digital Currency and other digital currency implementations by bringing together all stakeholders from the ecosystem. (...) Event=C-00007986 - 3 - TSB Circular 259 Annex 1: Digital Currency Global Initiative (DCGI) Concept Note 1. (...) Pillars and Goals The Digital Currency Global Initiative goals are to drive the synergistic engagement, innovative use, and standardization of Digital Currencies, which are the three pillars of the Initiative.
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Score: 1454796.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e...cuments/Circ%20259_Corr1-E.pdf
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TSAG set up the ITU-T Focus Group Digital Currency Including Digital Fiat Currency (FG DFC) at its meeting in May 2017. (...) The term may be replaced by digital currency, for simplicity, or by digital sovereign currency, for clarity. (...) ITU-T Focus Group Digital Currency Including Digital Fiat Currency: Taxonomy and Definition of Terms for Digital Fiat Currency 14 Bibliography BCB (ed., 2017).
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Score: 1451381.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...n%20of%20terms%20for%20DFC.pdf
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Episode #6: Central Bank Digital Currency and Digital Financial Inclusion Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization About ITU-T Events All Groups Standards Resources BSG Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-T Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Episode #6: Central Bank Digital Currency and Digital Financial Inclusion Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-T > Webinars > Central Bank Digital Currency and Digital Financial Inclusion Share Page Content 20 ​​ According to the Bank for International Settlements, COVID-19 could accelerate a shift toward digital payments. (...) This episode considered the different notions of digital currency, the various use cases of digital currency including central bank digital currency, and provided an update on the current state of affairs with regards to the deployment of digital currencies and their applications. In particular the session examined whether a Central Bank Digital Currency could help in bridging the financial inclusion gap​.
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Score: 1450835.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...rs/20200626/Pages/default.aspx
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Digital currency – ITU Hub Digital currency – ITU Hub ITU News, Publications and Membership Towards a common understanding of digital currency By ITU News Digital currency is a relatively new but buzzing field of finance. (...) Digital currency offers promising ways to make transactions more secure and cost-effective. (...) Gearing up for DC3: Central bank digital currencies, stablecoins, and security By ITU News As the world embraces a cashless approach to transactions, digital currencies are taking centre stage.
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Score: 1449253.3 - https://www.itu.int/hub/tag/digital-currency/feed/
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