Looking back at last week’s biggest news, including price analyses for BTC, ETH, and XRP.
The case for central bank digital currencies grows stronger with BIS producing an extensive report, and separately the Bank of Canada’s deputy governor saying it’s in the public interest to be prepared to issue a digital currency.
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In its 138-page look at what lies beyond the financial horizon, the Swiss-based institution reckoned with coming trends that may well shape tomorrow’s payments infrastructure
BIS Head of Research Hyun Song Shin said “the pace of change and potential for disruption” have made examining new forms of payment systems a priority for policymakers
In her statement, Peirce slams the SEC for its biased treatment of Bitcoin-related products with the passion of a “Bitcoin maximalist”
She believes that this attitude — instead of protecting retail investors — deprives investors “of the ability to access bitcoin in markets within our regulatory framework”
In 2019, the Federal Reserve Board cut the interest rate three times, which currently sits at 175 bps. During the three cuts, bitcoin's price did not show any significant pick-up
However, similar to the U.S. stock market, bitcoin price has been on a downward trend in the latter half of February due to Coronavirus, currently sitting at around $8550
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