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Programme Day 1 (Wednesday, June 1, 2016) 0800 – 0850   On-site registration 0850 – 0900  Security briefing     0900 – 1015  Agenda item 1:    Opening of the meeting National Anthem Welcome and introductory remarks: Nigel Cassimire, Acting Secretary General, Caribbean Telecommunications Union [Video] International Telecommunication Union:  Cleveland Thomas,  Area Representative, ITU Area Office for the Caribbean Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean: Dillon Alleyne, Deputy Director [Video] Introductory Remarks on behalf of TATT:  Cynthia Reddock-Downes, CEO(Ag) [Video]   Feature address:  The Honourable Maxie Cuffie, Minister of Public Administration and Communications,  Ministry of Public Administration and Communications, Trinidad and Tobago [Video] 1015 – 1030  Official photo 1030 – 1100  Coffee Break   1100 – 1145  Agenda item 2:    Presentation by the Commonwealth Secretariat                             Presenter: David Tait, Member of the Commonwealth Working Group on Virtual Currencies   Presenter: Emma Thwaite,  Commonwealth Secretariat, United Kingdom 1145 – 1230  Agenda item 3:    Presentation - ITU Focus Group Digital Financial Services Presenter: Vijay  Mauree, ITU FG DFS                              1230 – 1345  Lunch Break 1345 – 1500  Agenda item 4:     Panel discussion - The current status of digital economy participation Case Studies:  Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs) Case Study 1:  Francine Clark, Franci Foods, Trinidad and Tobago [Video] Case Study 2:  Nerissa Golden, Golden Media, Montserrat [Video] Panelists [Video] Tracy Hackshaw, Trinidad and Tobago Marlon P. (...) Marie, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) [Video]   Agenda item 3:    Presentation - Technology trends in digital financial services Presenter:  Ian John, Director of Systems Solutions, Massy Technologies InfoCom, Trinidad and Tobago [Video] 1130  – 1230   Agenda item 4:    Presentation  -  Lessons from the Haiti mobile money scenario Presenter: Michel Stéphane Bruno, Société générale haïtienne de Banque, S.A. (...) Attachments FinTech Programme FinTech Presenter Biographies Day Agenda 1-Opening remarks-Dillon Aalleyne-Eclac.pdf Day 1 Agenda 2 - David Tait & Emma Thwaite - Commonwealth Secretariat Presentation 1 June 2016 Day 1 Agenda 3 - Vijay Mauree - ITU Focus Group Digital Financial Services Carribbean Day 1 Agenda 4 - Nerissa Golden - Small Business Challenges in Finance Day 1 Agenda 4 - Francine Clark - Franci Foods Day 1 Agenda 5 - ECLAC Pinaka - Digital Currency Day 1 Agenda 5 - EGM 1 Digital Currencies meeting report 3 December 2014 Day 1 Agenda 5 EGM 2 Digital currencies meeting report 12 March 2015 Day 1 Agenda 5 - Study Opportunities Risks Digital Currencies Day 2 Agenda 1 - Cleveland Thomas - ITU - Sou-Sou ICT Financing Day 2 Agenda 1 - TED 2016 - Shivani Siroya - A smart loan for people with no credit history (yet) TED Talk Day 2 Agenda 2 - Marlon Marie - OECS - e-Commerce Survey 2014 Day 2 Agenda 3 - Ian John - Massy Technologies InfoCom Day 2 Agenda 4 - Michel Stéphane Bruno - SOGEBANK - Accelerating the deployment of mobile money Day 2 Agenda 5 - Gabriel Abed - Bitt - Digital Currency in the Caribbean exploration Day 2 Agenda 5 - Winston Moore Jeremy Stephen - Should Cryptocurrencies be included Day 2 Agenda 6 - Judith Mark - CME Consulting - Role of innovation & entrepreneurship Day 2 Agenda 6 - Tracy Hackshaw Book Recommendation - Blockchain Revolution - Don Tapscott Alex Tapscott Day 3 Agenda 1 - Adam Vaziri - DIACLE - Risky Business Day 3 Agenda 2 - TATT - Implications for Regulators Day 3 Agenda 3 - Terrance Clarke - Bidrate - The Evolving Policy Environment Day 3 Agenda 5 - E Jay Saunders - DSS Domus Semo Sancus - Balanced solution 1-3 juin 2016 Reuniones y seminarios técnicos Hilton Trinidad and Conference Center Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago By registration Organized by International Telecommunication Union Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago Oficina Subregional de CEPAL para el Caribe Contact ECLAC Caribbean - ICT4Development ict4d-pos@eclac.org Meeting documents Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of digital currency in the Caribbean Links Photos from event ECLAC Caribbean Facebook page ITU Event Website Topics Gestion des connaissances Technologies de l'information et des communications (TIC) Related Content Publication Opportunities and risks associated with the advent of digital currency in the Caribbean Évènement | 3 déc 2014 , Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago First expert group meeting on opportunities and risks associated with the advent of digital currency in the Caribbean Évènement | 12 mar 2015 , Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago Second expert group meeting on opportunities and risks associated with the advent of digital currency in the Caribbean Abonnement Recevez les actualités de la CEPALC par courrier électronique Subscribe 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 Follow us on Acerca de la CEPAL Estados miembros Órganos subsidiarios Directores de la CEPAL Oportunidades de empleo Adquisiciones ECLAC Headquarters Av.
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Score: 1176861.7 - https://www.cepal.org/fr/node/37136
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2 WHAT IS A CBDC?  Central bank digital currency (CBDC) is a digital form of central bank issued currency and is therefore legal tender.  It is not to be confused with cryptocurrency, which is privately issued and not backed by a central authority.  CBDC is fully backed by the Central Bank, the sole issuer. Different Models:  Cross-border CBDC entails digital currency issued by the central bank to commercial banks, which can be used for foreign exchange transactions across jurisdictions.  Wholesale CBDC entails digital currency issued by the central bank directly to commercial banks, which is in turn distributed by commercial banks in the retail market.  Retail CBDC entails digital currency issued by the central bank directly to all users. (...)  Training for initial pilot participants on system integration and CBDC solution (user interface).  Simulation testing facilitated with pilot participants to test connectivity with currency plates (digital vault) and test transactions.  BOJ designed and developed a CBDC wallet system and application for BOJ staff.
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Score: 1173999 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...cuments/Novelette%20Panton.pdf
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[348]  Digital Currency Global Initiative Webinars ( Fully Virtual, 19, 23 November 2021)   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : TSB : Circulars : 348 Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [348]  Digital Currency Global Initiative Webinars ( Fully Virtual, 19, 23 November 2021) Format Size Posted English Word   42215 bytes 2021-10-06 [348]  Arabic Word   44766 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Chinese Word   55921 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Español Word   43991 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Français Word   41214 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Russian Word   50478 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]    Document : ITU-T TSB  (Study Period 2017)  Circular  348 Title : Digital Currency Global Initiative Webinars ( Fully Virtual, 19, 23 November 2021) Date : 2021-10-04 Source : TSB Access : Public Document Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2021-10-27  
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Score: 1171053.2 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-TSB-CIR-0348/_page.print
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[348]  Digital Currency Global Initiative Webinars ( Fully Virtual, 19, 23 November 2021)   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : TSB : Circulars : 348 Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [348]  Digital Currency Global Initiative Webinars ( Fully Virtual, 19, 23 November 2021) Format Size Posted English Word   42215 bytes 2021-10-06 [348]  Arabic Word   44766 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Chinese Word   55921 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Español Word   43991 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Français Word   41214 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]  Russian Word   50478 bytes 2021-10-27 [348]    Document : ITU-T TSB  (Study Period 2017)  Circular  348 Title : Digital Currency Global Initiative Webinars ( Fully Virtual, 19, 23 November 2021) Date : 2021-10-04 Source : TSB Access : Public Document Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2021-10-27  
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Digital economy – ITU Hub Digital economy – ITU Hub ITU/UN tech agency - ITU Hub Bank of Jamaica CBDC rollout moves ahead By ITU News Only a few years ago, the concept of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) was not something central bankers seriously considered, including those in Jamaica. Fast-forward to the present day, and that story has changed, said Bank of Jamaica Governor Richard Byles, speaking at the recent DC3 conference held by the International […] The post Bank of Jamaica CBDC rollout moves ahead appeared first on ITU Hub. e-krona: Sweden’s journey to a central bank digital currency by ITU News More than 150 years after the world’s first electronic fund transfer was issued by Western Union, digital tech innovation continues to revolutionize the world of payments. (...) Digital currency offers promising ways to make transactions more secure and cost-effective.
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Score: 1167586.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/category/digital-economy/feed/
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Cooperation between ITU-T and Academia This cooperation is intended to raise the profile of academic institutions and promote the advancement of ICT innovations through worldwide recognition and adoption of global standards. Digital Currency Global Initiative ​ The Digital Currency Global Initiative is collaboration between ITU and the Future of Digital Currency Program of Stanford University​. The Digital Currency Global Initiative will continue the dialogue and research initiated by the ITU-T FG-DFC on pilot implementations, use cases, applications and developing specifications for technical standards that will foster adoption, universal access and ultimately financial inclusion. 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: 1163631.25 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/extcoop/Pages/default.aspx
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ITU-T – ITU Hub ITU-T – ITU Hub ITU/UN tech agency - ITU Hub Bank of Jamaica CBDC rollout moves ahead By ITU News Only a few years ago, the concept of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) was not something central bankers seriously considered, including those in Jamaica. Fast-forward to the present day, and that story has changed, said Bank of Jamaica Governor Richard Byles, speaking at the recent DC3 conference held by the International […] The post Bank of Jamaica CBDC rollout moves ahead appeared first on ITU Hub. e-krona: Sweden’s journey to a central bank digital currency by ITU News More than 150 years after the world’s first electronic fund transfer was issued by Western Union, digital tech innovation continues to revolutionize the world of payments. (...) Digital currency offers promising ways to make transactions more secure and cost-effective.
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Score: 1160584.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/tag/itu-t/feed/
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Insights on Retail Central Bank Digital Currencies Implementation 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 Insights on Retail Central Bank Digital Currencies Implementation Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-T > Webinars > DCGI > 19 Nov 2021 Share Page Content 20 ​​​​​​​ ​​​ Central banks around the world are exploring the concept of general purpose CBDC, even if there is no decision on whether to introduce it. It is widely accepted that a successful retail CBDC would need to provide a resilient and inclusive digital complement to physical cash. As such, a retail CBDC must have all the features and more that make cash so attractive. (...) Watch ​recording here​​ ​ ​ Panelists: ​ Bilel Jamoussi (Moderator) ​ Chief of Study Groups TSB, ITU   Peter Kerstens Advisor European Commission Presentation ​​ ​ Novelette Panton​ Division Chief Financial Markets Infrastructure  Bank of Jamaica Presentation   Ian Vitek Information Security  Ekrona Pilot Division Sveriges Riksbank Presentation​       Johan Schmalholz​ Advisor   Ekrona Pilot Division  Sveriges Riksbank Presentation​ ​ Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 RELATED INFORMATION Page Content 2 ​ Invitation Letter​ Digital Currency Global Initiative Webinars   Watch on YouTube Voluntary Contributions ​ Contact:  ​ tsbevents@itu.int ​ ORGANIZED BY Page Content 3 ​​​​. ​ ​ ​
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Score: 1157518.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...gi/20211119/Pages/default.aspx
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Digital Currency - Caribbean Competitive Landscape Prepared by Bitt Inc. 28th April, 2017 Differences in economic growth and inter-country income inequality can be attributed to technological variations among different countries. (...) A BIT ABOUT BITT Bitt is a Financial Technology company utilising the Bitcoin and other blockchain technologies to bring the world of digital currency to the Caribbean basin. We facilitate secure peer-to-peer transactions with frictionless mobile money across a suite of Bitt Software and Mobile Applications at 3 Layers of the Money Base. (...) BITT: LAYERS OF OUR SOFTWARE LAYER 1 Asset Issuance LAYER 2 Asset Distribution LAYER 3 Asset Interface AN INTRO TO THE DIGITIZATION OF THE MONEY BASE SUPPLY CHAIN BUILDING BLOCKS: DIGITAL MONEY ● Digital assets are cryptographically-secured tokens that hold value and can be transferred between two parties without the need of a central counterparty. ● Bitcoin is an example of one such digital asset but the technology can be built upon. ● Utilize blockchain technology such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, side-chains and micropayment channels to accomplish a digital fiat currency. ● With blockchain-backed cash the transaction is the settlement. ● These Digital Assets open the door to Smart Economies MOBILE MONEY IMPACT ON A GLOBAL ECONOMY ● A study published by McKinsey & Company predicts that mobile digital payments could boost the GDP of emerging economies across the world by $3.7 trillion by 2025. ● Nearly two thirds of this forecasted increase would stem from increased productivity of financial and non-financial businesses, and governments, as a result of digital payments. ● The remaining third would be aligned to financial inclusion of the unbanked and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. ● Bank of England research shows that a Central Bank Digital Currency issuance of 30% of GDP, against government bonds, could permanently raise the UK’s GDP by as much as 3%..
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Score: 1156145.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...-digital_fiat-gabriel_abed.pdf
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He was also Vice Chair of the ITU Focus Group on Digital Fiat Currency and co-chair of the Security Working Group. (...) He has also been instrumental in the formation of the Stanford Future of Digital Currency Program which will focus on policy, technology and standardization issues associated with emergence of Digital Currency. (...) Dinesh Shah ​Director, Fintech Research, Bank of Canada As Director Fintech Research, Dinesh leads the technical development of a central bank digital currency in support of the Bank of Canada’s policy to build this capability as a contingency measure.
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Score: 1154683.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...inars/20200629/Pages/bios.aspx
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