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This Month in Digital Money – News Digest January 2023

In this monthly news digest, Sarah and Conrad recap the news in the digital money space in January 2023. Which updates did Fabio Panetta share in his speech at the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament on the digital euro project? How is the adoption of the e-CNY progressing? 

Privacy and CBCDs by the DEA Public Digital Euro Working Group

In this episode, the DEA working group members discuss the content of their newly published paper on CBDC and privacy, touching on topics such as reasons for and degrees of privacy in CBDC, privacy stakeholders and privacy-preserving technologies.

Digital Money Recap 2022

In this episode, the executive directors at the DEA recap the developments in the year 2022 in regards to general trends, regulation, stablecoins, CBCDs and developments and successes at the DEA. The Terra Luna crash, the finalized MiCAR draft and the ECB's progress in the investigation phase of the euro CBDC are just some examples of noteworthy developments. In 2022, the DEA introduced many new formats and grew its community many times over. Conrad, Tamara and Sarah also discuss upcoming topics, trends and predictions for 2023.

The CBDC Manifesto Explained

In this episode, Jamiel Sheikh and Tamara Schmidt give context about the CBDC manifesto, its roadmap from the idea to its publication, its target groups and supporters and of course: what it recommends. Given the critical role of CBDC in the payments space and its potential impacts on other parts of the economy, five major CBDC design recommendations are presented which can be used as a roadmap by central banks in advanced economies.