Cecilia Skingsley on monetary policy tech and a unified ledger

BIS Innovation Hub head discusses tokenisation, CBDCs and AI’s ‘black box problem’

This year, Bank for International Settlements general manager Agustín Carstens set out his vision for a financial system consisting of a network of unified ledgers to exchange tokenised assets.

In this interview, Cecilia Skingsley, head of the BIS Innovation Hub, which collaborates with central banks to develop technology for improving the financial system, explains how Project Agorá will develop and test a unified ledger together with seven central banks. A call for private sector participants

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