Post author:adminPost published:July 21, 2021Post comments:3 CommentsA new Bank of Canada report, “The Positive Case for a CBDC”, sites Ethereum as the standard from smart contracts and programmable moneyThread by twigwam – View Source r/Ethereum Tags: EthereumRead more articlesPrevious PostIntroducing EAS: The Ethereum Attestation Service – A base layer for Trust, Identity, Reputation, Voting, and more (Presenting at EthCC)Next PostEthereum “Has to Expand” Beyond DeFi: Vitalik Buterin You Might Also Like Smooth ride, I love this we’re going up the on the best roller coaster in the park! 🤗☺️ July 4, 2021 More Than 85,000 Ethereum Burned On Ropsten Testnet Through EIP-1559 June 25, 2021 For the first time in my life I could purchase Ethereum directly from an ATM here in Geneva (Switzerland)! I could also purchase Bitcoin, Litecoin and Monero June 15, 2021 We got married on the blockchain and exchanged NFTs, like digital wedding rings April 3, 2021 Seeking a grant, you don’t have to give though May 21, 2021 Wonderful explanation of what’s Ethereum. May 6, 2021 This Post Has 3 Comments coinfeeds-bot 21 Jul 2021 Reply tldr; The Bank of Canada has published a report on the benefits of developing a central bank digital currency. The report identified two primary triggers for issuing a CBDC, the first being a declining use of cash that is not currently on the horizon. The second is responding to the surge of alternative digital currencies that could threaten Canada’s monetary sovereignty.*This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.* AdhesivenessWide2382 21 Jul 2021 Reply CBDC is the beginning if the end of Freedom..FOR ALL ffs how are they talking about crypto/decentralization if their ultimate goal is to control our spending and tax us directly via the CBDC system. jcast895 21 Jul 2021 Reply Cites******Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to commentEnter your email address to commentEnter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.