The Digital Pound Foundation takes pleasure in responding to the Crypto & Digital Assets APPG – CRYPTO INQUIRY 2022. The DPF is supportive of the UK government’s commitment to place the UK’s financial services sector at the forefront of cryptoasset technology and innovation, and to take a staged and proportionate approach to cryptoasset regulation, which […]
Response to HMT Consultation: Managing the Failure of Systemic Digital Settlement Asset (including Stablecoin) firms
A. Overview of Digital Pound Foundation The Digital Pound Foundation (DPF) is an independent organisation that was incorporated on 22 June 2021 to work with a variety of stakeholders and participants towards the implementation of a well-designed digital Pound and an effective and diverse ecosystem for new forms of digital money. The DPF’s goal is […]
Co-authored by Jannah Patchay, Jim Ford and Phil Kenworthy, on behalf of the Digital Pound Foundation’s Policy, Legal and Regulatory Working Group The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee (EAC) published a report, in January 2022, entitled “Central bank digital currencies: a solution in search of a problem?”. The report’s publication followed the EAC’s Call […]
This is a copy of the Digital Pound Foundation’s submission to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee in response to their Call for Evidence on Central Bank Digital Currencies. The evidence was originally submitted on 22nd October 2021, and published on the House of Lords website here (CDC0033). Summary of Response The genie is […]
A broad coalition of academic and industry experts respond to the questions posed by the Bank of England on the topic of new forms of digital money.