Digital euro's privacy promise not worth a centralized system, Oasis exec says

4 May 2021

Digital euro's privacy promise not worth a centralized system, Oasis exec says

Digital euro's privacy promise not worth a centralized system, Oasis exec says When European Central Bank board member Fabio Panetta addressed the European Union Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs in April, he emphasized the importance of privacy in any potential future CBDC rollout. The ECB had conducted a public consultation on the possibility of a digital euro, canvassing the opinions of over 8,000 individuals and businesses. The responses that came back suggested privacy was the number one concern surrounding the issuance of a central bank digital currency.

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