- Without the backing of politicians, it’s uncertain whether a CBDC will go forward.
- The senate candidate deemed CBDC as “slave currency.”
Many nations are developing CBDCs, and some have already put them in place. Coins issued by a central bank in the form of digital tokens are known as “Central Bank Digital Currency.” That country’s fiat currency is pegged to the value of the tokens. There are still strong voices opposing these efforts made by the Fed and other major central banks. However, governments control and oversee these tokens, which undermines the fundamental concept of decentralization.
Strong Opposition to CBDC
Among others who have spoken out against CBDCs is Bryan Solstin, a candidate for the U.S. Senate from Washington State. Solstin launched his campaign on the promise to make legal money in the United States of America. He argues that a more egalitarian future may be achieved via the use of Bitcoin. Deeming the tokens supplied by the central bank as “slave currency”, according to Solstin, the Fed’s CBDCs should be permanently outlawed.
The senate candidate states:
“As Senator and privacy advocate, I will fight every CBDC effort. I will break…