W3ST Panel; DeFi and the Future of Money "Exploring CBDCs and Stablecoins"
🔈 This episode is dedicated to the Web3 Stronger Together ecosystem initiative and its 1st virtual summit, which took place between March 1st and March 4, 2023, in Evveland’s Metaverse - a virtual platform uniting several hundred Web 3 Leaders & Thinkers, over 100 projects and speakers and over 5000 attendees from across the world.
The panel covers diving into the role of CBDC and stablecoins in the DeFi ecosystem and how they are changing the way we think about money and financial transactions. The speakers first define the stablecoin and CBDC, their role and potential risk in the industry. They discuss the difference between the two, whether “programmable money” is needed and use case considerations from varying points of view.🔈
🔈The panel covers diving into the role of CBDC and stablecoins in the DeFi ecosystem and how they are changing the way we think about money and financial transactions.
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