Davos 2023

Can central bank digital currencies help stabilize global financial markets?

2022 was a year of growing financial instability – and interest in central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Sandra Waliczek

Blockchain and Digital Assets, World Economic Forum

Claire Buonocore

Blockchain and Digital Assets, Coordinator, World Economic Forum

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Central bank digital currencies are being explored in more than 100 countries.
Central bank digital currencies are being explored in more than 100 countries. Image: CBDC Tracker

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