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Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are a relatively new method of raising capital for early-stage ventures. They allow businesses to raise capital for their projects, by issuing digital tokens in exchange for crypto assets or fiat currencies. They constitute an alternative to more traditional sources of start-up funding such as venture capital (VC) and angel finance. ICOs can potentially offer advantages in comparison with traditional ways of raising capital. At the same time, their opacity and the general ...

As artificial intelligence (AI) companies and other organisations are seeking ways to comply with ethical principles and requirements, blockchain, under specific circumstances, could be seen as a means to safeguard that AI is deployed in an ethically sound manner.

Regulacja finansów cyfrowych

W skrócie 30-09-2020

Wykorzystanie nowych technologii, aby ułatwić i wesprzeć działalność sektora finansowego, może przynieść znaczne korzyści, w tym wzrost wydajności, redukcję kosztów, lepsze zarządzanie danymi i przejrzystość. Jednocześnie technologie te niosą ze sobą również zagrożenia dla stabilności finansowej i ochrony konsumentów, a także ryzyko przestępstw finansowych. Zagrożenia te mogą być jeszcze większe z racji rozdrobnienia otoczenia regulacyjnego w UE oraz różnych etapów zaawansowania w regulowaniu tego ...

This study provides an analysis of blockchain technology in the context of international trade. It analyses the potential impacts of blockchain development and applications in eight use cases for supply chains and international trade. It also provides an analysis of the current legislative framework and existing initiatives. Based on this analysis, and following a broad consultation of relevant organisations, the study identifies several challenges in international trade documentation and processes ...

From synthetic biology to artificial intelligence and from blockchain technologies to nanotechnology, a wide range of technological applications are being deployed to combat COVID-19. Are they safe and effective? Have they been tested before in a public health emergency context? Does their use involve risks and threaten our values and rights? This well-timed STOA publication of ten central technological trajectories employed in the fight against this pandemic disease offers us a much-needed analysis ...

Recent innovations have re-opened the debate on the forms that money will take in the future. This paper discusses two aspects of the debate on the future of money: the implications of the rise of global private stablecoins, and the role that public central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) could play in the future. This document was provided by Policy Department A at the request of the Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) Committee.

Advanced economies are moving towards a cashless system, with a recent surge in cryptocurrencies, issued by private entities. Although digital currencies may increase welfare, due to a reduction in transaction costs, they introduce risks to monetary and financial stability. Furthermore, they barely serve as money due to their large volatility. To partly overcome these problems, the issuance of a stablecoin would be an intermediate solution between private and central bank issued digital currency. ...

The Future of Money

Badanie 15-11-2019

Cryptocurrencies, Libra, central bank digital currencies (CBDCs)... What will be the future of money? What are the implications for monetary policy? ECON’s Monetary Expert Panel has produced 4 papers which try to help answer these questions ahead of the Monetary Dialogue on 2 December, the first one with the new ECB President, Ms Christine Lagarde. This publication is provided by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON).

In recent times, there has been much discussion in policy circles, academia and the private sector regarding the tension between blockchains and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’). Whereas, the GDPR is based on an underlying assumption that in relation to each personal data point there is at least one the data controller, blockchains make the allocation of responsibility and accountability burdensome. Further, although the GDPR is based on the assumption that data can ...

One of the most appealing aspects of blockchain technology is the degree of transparency that it can provide. Blockchain has the potential to improve supply chains and clinical trials, enforce the law, enable responsible consumption and enhance democratic governance through a traceability of information as a means of ensuring that nothing is unduly modified. The level of transparency that blockchain brings forward adds a degree of accountability that has not existed to date. At the same time, one ...