Episode 25: Digital Money in Times of Crisis

Show notes

In this episode of the Digital Euro Podcast, we shed light on digital money as a tool for countries, people and sanctions and address the following questions among others:

Which role does money have in times of crisis? How can money impact a crisis? How does digital money affect sanctions? Which benefits can digital money have for consumers in times of crisis? Which downsides can it have? Should states provide a digital currency as a defense mechanism in times of crisis? What are the benefits of not providing a state-issued digital form of money? Which downsides can it have?

Participants of the Podcast:

Kateryna Zhabska (Head of Innovation &, CBDC Project Lead, National Bank of Ukraine) Caroline (Berger) Hill (Director of Global Policy & Regulatory Strategy, Circle) Glenn Kim (Managing Director of Strategic Business Development, Fluency) Dr. Cyrus de la Rubia (Chief Economist & Head of Research, Hamburg Commercial Bank)

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