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DC 3 discussions will build on valuable 'pre-standardization' studies supported by the Digital Currency Global Initiative — a partnership of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Future of Digital Currency Initiative at Stanford University. <<< Register to participate >>> What:  DC 3 Conference: From Cryptocurrencies to CBDCs . (...) Why :  A meeting of the tech and financial services sectors to highlight the work of the Digital Currency Global Initiative and share perspectives on digital currency from the viewpoints of technology, business and regulation. (...) Deep dives into the interoperability of CBDCs and stablecoins, the security of digital currency systems, and other timely topics.  
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CALL FOR SPEAKERS Digital currency Global Initiative Webinars Should you wish you to be a speaker in upcoming ITU Webinars organized by the Digital currency Global initiative, kindly send an e-mail to the secretariat at dcgi-secretariat@itu.int with tsbevents@itu.int in copy, providing a 200-word summary of your presentation (Word or pdf format), related links and a short CV of the speaker. Here are examples of possible topics: a) Interoperability requirements for Central Bank Digital Currencies b) Integrating retail CBDC system with existing payment systems c) DLT interoperability solutions for stablecoins d) Can digital currency address financial inclusion challenges? e) An innovative payment solution or regulation for central bank digital currency or use case f) Assessing security and data privacy of digital currency systems Please check the our webinar homepage https://www.itu.int/en/ITU- T/webinars/dcgi/Pages/default.aspx for regular updates Webinar schedule Insights on central banks digital currencies implementation DATE: 19 November 2021 TIME: 15:00-16:30 CET Link: https://itu.int/go/DCGI-01 Design of wholesale central bank digital currency Date: 23 November 2021 Time: 16:00 -17:30- CET Link: https://itu.int/go/DCGI-02 https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/extcoop/dcgi/Pages/default.aspx https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/extcoop/dcgi/Pages/default.aspx mailto:dcgi-secretariat@itu.int mailto:tsbevents@itu.int https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/webinars/dcgi/Pages/default.aspx https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/webinars/dcgi/Pages/default.aspx https://itu.int/go/DCGI-01 https://itu.int/go/DCGI-02
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Gearing up for DC3: Central bank digital currencies, stablecoins, and security News 21 Jan 2022 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via URL By ITU News As the world embraces a cashless approach to transactions, digital currencies are taking centre stage. (...) Such conversations are set to take place virtually during the Digital Currency Conference – or DC 3 Conference – between  25 and 27 January, as part of a joint initiative by ITU and the Future of Digital Currency Initiative at Stanford University. Since its 2020 launch, the Digital Currency Global Initiative (DCGI) has convened top minds from industry and academia to “construct a set of metrics by which to evaluate the robustness of various digital currency technologies,” Jamoussi explained.
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Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of Digital Currency in the Caribbean | News | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations Español English Português About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Menu Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Search About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review ES EN PT You are here Home » News » Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of Digital Currency in the Caribbean Available in: English Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of Digital Currency in the Caribbean Experts in the field of Digital Currency in the Caribbean reviewed the opportunities and risks associated with this type of currency at the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean, on 12 March 2015. 13 March 2015 | News ECLAC - Caribbean Experts in the field of Digital Currency in the Caribbean reviewed the opportunities and risks associated with this type of currency at the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean, on 12 March 2015. Experts addressed the potential impact that digital currencies may have on sectors such as banking, e-commerce and remittance, and will discuss whether the use of this new range of electronic payment technologies can enable improvements to electronic and mobile-based payment systems and low-cost remittance services. (...) ECLAC envisages that this second meeting will foster discussion and further facilitate exploratory research on the associated risks and potential benefits of digital currency use in the subregion. ECLAC also plans to review national policies to address the increasingly wide-spread use of cryptocurrencies, such as BitCoin, as well as other related technologies in the field of digital payments, with a view to determining how such new technologies will likely impact the Caribbean.  
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Together, the outcomes from this survey and recommendations from the expert group meeting on opportunities and risks, associated with the advent of digital currency in the Caribbean will be used to formalize a study on the topic.  (...) Introductions, experiences, exposure and work with digital currencies 3. The current state of electronic payment and mobile money solutions in the region 4. Opportunities which digital currencies may present 5. Risks which digital currencies may present 6.
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Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of Digital Currency in the Caribbean | News | Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe Aller au contenu principal United Nations Español English Português Acerca de la CEPAL Secretaría Ejecutiva Biblioteca Revista CEPAL Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe Menu Home Áreas de trabajo Asuntos de género Comercio internacional e integración Desarrollo económico Desarrollo productivo y empresarial Desarrollo social Desarrollo sostenible y asentamientos humanos Estadísticas Planificación para el desarrollo Población y desarrollo Recursos naturales Cooperación Publicaciones Datos y estadísticas Capacitación Centro de prensa Eventos Home Áreas de trabajo Asuntos de género Comercio internacional e integración Desarrollo económico Desarrollo productivo y empresarial Desarrollo social Desarrollo sostenible y asentamientos humanos Estadísticas Planificación para el desarrollo Población y desarrollo Recursos naturales Cooperación Publicaciones Datos y estadísticas Capacitación Centro de prensa Eventos Rechercher About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Bibliothèque CEPAL Review ES EN PT Vous êtes ici Inicio » News » Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of Digital Currency in the Caribbean Available in: English Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of Digital Currency in the Caribbean Experts in the field of Digital Currency in the Caribbean reviewed the opportunities and risks associated with this type of currency at the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean, on 12 March 2015. 13 Mars 2015 | News CEPAL - Caribe Experts in the field of Digital Currency in the Caribbean reviewed the opportunities and risks associated with this type of currency at the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean, on 12 March 2015. Experts addressed the potential impact that digital currencies may have on sectors such as banking, e-commerce and remittance, and will discuss whether the use of this new range of electronic payment technologies can enable improvements to electronic and mobile-based payment systems and low-cost remittance services. (...) ECLAC envisages that this second meeting will foster discussion and further facilitate exploratory research on the associated risks and potential benefits of digital currency use in the subregion. ECLAC also plans to review national policies to address the increasingly wide-spread use of cryptocurrencies, such as BitCoin, as well as other related technologies in the field of digital payments, with a view to determining how such new technologies will likely impact the Caribbean.  
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Another area of compelling arguments has been the issue of whether digital currencies should be considered to be currencies or digital assets. (...) As a result, it is possible that digital currency could become a key currency for settling transactions. (...) Some Economics of Private Digital Currency. Economic Analysis of the Digital Economy.
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Draft Agenda FG DFC 3rd meeting Rev. 1 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR STUDY PERIOD 2017-2020 Focus Group on Digital Currency including Digital Fiat Currency FGDFC-I-046Rev.1 Original: English WG(s): All Geneva, Switzerland, 12-14 June 2019 INPUT DOCUMENT Source: David Wen, FG DFC Chairman Title: Draft Agenda Contact: David Wen FG DFC Chairman Email: david.wen@dfc-institute.org The draft agenda for the meeting is enclosed at Annex. mailto:david.wen@dfc-institute.org - 2 - FGDFC-I-046Rev1 Annex: Draft Agenda Third Meeting of Focus Group Digital Currency, Including Digital Fiat Currency 12-14 June 2019 ITU, Geneva 12 June 2019 – FG DFC Opening Plenary + Working Group Meetings 08:30-09:30 Registration 09:30-10:00 Opening Plenary Session - Welcome remarks o ITU/TSB o FG DFC Chair - Approval of Agenda - Administrative Logistics - Status on FG DFC Terms of Reference - Input Document Allocation o Regulatory Requirements and Economic Impact WG  CENFRI - The use cases of DFC for financial inclusion: a case for mobile money [DFC-I-034]  Ministry of Communications, India – Unified Payments Interface (UPI) India Case Study [DFC-I-036]  Lesotho Bankers Association – DFC in a common monetary area [DFC-I-037]  Simon Hess, Monetative - 100% E-money and its implications for Central Bank Digital Currency [DFC-I-035] o Reference Architecture WG  Bitt - Central Bank Digital Currency Use Case for mobile payments [DFC-I-040] o Documents for Approval  Repository on Governance Aspects of DFC [DFC-I-041]  Digital Currency Implementation Checklist for Central Banks [DFC- I-042]  Report on regulatory challenges and risks for Central Bank Digital Currency [DFC-I-043]  Report on Taxonomy and Definitions of Terms for DFC [DFC-I-044]  Report on Reference Architecture and Use Cases for DFC [DFC- I-038]  Report on Protection Assurance for Digital Currencies [DFC-I- 039]  Report on Protection Assurance for Digital Currencies: Use case for a payment transaction [DFC-I-045] o Incoming Liaison Statement from ITU-T Study Group 17 Security [DFC-LS-009] o Outgoing Liaison Statement  LS to ITU-T Study Group 17 [DFC-LS-008]  LS to TSAG [DFC-LS-010] 10:00-11:00 Reference Architecture WG • Presentation of Input Document o Bitt - Central Bank Digital Currency Use Case for mobile payments [DFC-I- 040] https://extranet.itu.int/sites/itu-t/focusgroups/dfc/input/DFC-I-034.docx? (...) d=w8227a9ef61fb490e979bc2e9bca65260 https://extranet.itu.int/sites/itu-t/focusgroups/dfc/input/DFC-I-042.zip - 4 - FGDFC-I-046Rev1 [10 mins presentation + 20 Mins Discussion + Approval with any modifications or additions to be noted ] o Report on regulatory challenges and risks for Central Bank Digital Currency [DFC-I-043] [20 mins presentation + 30 Mins Discussion + Approval with any modifications or additions to be noted] 15:45 – 16:00 Coffee Break 16:00 – 17:30 Security Working Group • Report on Protection Assurance for Digital Currencies [DFC-I-039] • Report on Protection Assurance for Digital Currencies: Use case for a payment transaction [DFC-I-045] o Presentation of both reports [35 mins presentation + 20 Mins Discussion + Approval with any modifications or additions to be noted] • Outgoing Liaison Statements [40 mins] o LS to SG 17 [DFC-LS-008] o LS to TSAG [DFC-LS-010] 13 June 2019 09:00 – 18:00 DFC Showcase Event The main objective of the ITU Digital Fiat Currency Showcase is to present the use cases and architecture options for the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and discuss the main findings of the Focus Group on the challenges and share lessons learned from pilots on CBDC at the global level. The DFC Showcase Event will be followed by a networking cocktail. 14 June 2019 - FG DFC Meeting Plenary 09:30-10:00 FG DFC Meeting - Plenary • Summary of discussions on 12-13 June • Feedback from audience 10:00 – 10:45 Working Group Co-chair Reports Report from Regulatory Requirements and Economic Impact WG o Present Key recommendations for each report  Report on DFC Repository and Survey  Digital Currency Implementation Checklist for Central Banks  Report on regulatory challenges and risks for Central Bank Digital Currency https://extranet.itu.int/sites/itu-t/focusgroups/dfc/input/DFC-I-043.zip https://extranet.itu.int/sites/itu-t/focusgroups/dfc/input/DFC-I-039.zip https://extranet.itu.int/sites/itu-t/focusgroups/dfc/input/DFC-I-045.zip https://extranet.itu.int/sites/itu-t/focusgroups/dfc/liaison/DFC-LS-008.docx https://extranet.itu.int/sites/itu-t/focusgroups/dfc/liaison/DFC-LS010.docx?
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The annual DC 3 Conference will highlight progress in standards development for digital currencies. Furthermore, it aims to facilitate the sharing of insights from around the world on emerging industry trends and pilot digital currencies, including central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). (...) As interest in the topic grew, the focus group offered central banks a venue to find expertise for their digital currency investigations. Broadening scope, building trust The Digital Currency Global Initiative, while carrying on this vital work, has broadened the scope to encompass all types of digital currency. (...) Collaboration among different standards bodies will play a role in ensuring comprehensive standardization solutions for digital currencies. I look forward to our continued work to bring trusted digital currency to everyone around the world. 
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