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Digital Symmetric Core Currency Cryptography (DSC3) technology using digital bearer instrument and centrally governed distributed databases protected by quantum-resistant, hardware and software cryptographic functions
CBDC in the form of a Digital Bearer Instrument
Cash-like digital bearer instrument
Quantum computing resistant cryptographic protection
Centrally governed physically distributed databases
Fully interoperable with existing financial ecosystems
Adjustable privacy according to legal requirements
Retail, wholesale and cross border uses
Linear scalability, energy efficient
Instant settlement finality, on and offline
Latest library updates
At the ITU DC3 conference, Bejoy Das Gupta participates in a Fireside chat discussing examining the impact of CBDC on financial inclusion. Watch
Central bank perspectives
E-krona pilot phase 3
This could be described as the e-krona having a core platform for the settlement of payments that will perform basic tasks such as holding and transferring money in a secure, high-performance and reliable manner. Read
U.S. House Committee on Financial Services
The ECASH Act
E-Cash is a true bearer instrument. Consequently, E-Cash transactions do not involve or require settlement via a blockchain or distributed ledger. Read
An increasing number of central banks are undertaking research projects to investigate the possibility of issuing CBDC in the form of digital fiat currency.
eCurrency is now offering a digital fiat currency proof of concept service to central banks to assess the design, security, resilience, functionality and implications of CBDC.
The proof of concept allows central banks to gain hands-on experience to further its understanding of the possible approaches to issue a digital fiat currency using eCurrency CBDC solution.
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