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GRIT Talk: From Bitcoin to Central Bank Digital Currencies
Forthcoming Economic Inquiry paper with Neil Wallace: Bitcoin 1, Bitcoin 2, … : An Experiment in Privately Issued Outside Monies
Forthcoming JB&F paper with Peter Zimmerman: Centralized Netting in Financial Networks
Project Jasper: A Canadian Experiment with Distributed Ledger Technology for Domestic Interbank Payments Settlement (I am one of many that contributed to this detailed white paper that elaborates on the BoC FSR article.)
Bank for International Settlements Quarterly Review article with Morten Bech: Central bank cryptocurrencies.
Bank of England working paper with E. Benos and P. Gurrola-Perez: The economics of distributed ledger technologies for securities settlement.
Bank of Canada Financial System Review article with J. Chapman, S. Hendry, A. McCormack and W. McMahon: Project Jasper: Are Distributed Wholesale Payment Systems Feasible Yet?
R3 Public Report: CAD-coin versus Fedcoin
The World Weekly Central governments and cryptocurrency: an unlikely pairing? January 11, 2018
CNBC Next stop in the cryptocurrency craze: A government-backed coin November 30, 2017
MIT Technology Review Governments are Testing Their Own Cryptocurrencies September 25, 2017
The Street Bitcoin: The World’s Most Expensive Nothingburger August 23, 2017
Coin desk Decentralizing Central Banks: How R3 Envisions the Future of Fiat April 5, 2017
American Banker Cheat Sheet: Radical visions of central bank-issned digital currencies March 14, 2017