This is a collection of Digital Dollar Project Publications and other relevant sources and materials to Central Bank Digital Currency/CBDC.

DDP Response to Federal Reserve Board “Money and Payments: The US Dollar in the Age of Digital Transformation.”

May 20, 2022

The Digital Dollar Project submitted the below response to the Federal Reserve Board’s January 2022 Research and Analysis: “Money and Payments: The US Dollar in the Age of Digital Transformation.”

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Privacy Principles For a Digital Dollar

October 20, 2021

Authored by The Digital Dollar Project with expert insight from our Privacy Sub-Committee
Document Purpose: This document is intended to express first principles that the Digital Dollar Project believes are important to the success and adoption of a U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). The . . . privacy protections of the U.S. Constitution and our democracy’s commitment to individual privacy offer a unique opportunity for U.S. digital money to be more appealing to users then other, less-private digital currencies, solidifying its position as the world reserve currency. The principles expressed below are meant to inspire robust debate about their application in terms of both the technology selected to undergird a U.S. CBDC and the public policies that support optimal balances of privacy and related values against security, monetary management, and other priorities.

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White Paper Published By The Digital Dollar Project Catalyzes The Discussion Around a Tokenized U.S. Digital Dollar

May 17, 2020

The Digital Dollar Project (Project) has released its first white paper detailing a path forward and considerations for the development of a U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). The white paper proposes a tokenized U.S. digital dollar, outlines the benefits of a CBDC in the context of the U.S. . . . dollar (USD), and proposes potential use cases and pilots.

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