Aus dem Vorwort:

This report pro­vi­des an ana­ly­ti­cal frame­work for cen­tral banks and other aut­ho­ri­ties to review and ana­ly­se the use of this tech­no­lo­gy for pay­ment, clea­ring and sett­le­ment. Mar­ket par­ti­ci­pan­ts and other inte­res­ted par­ties may also find this report useful. The main aim of the frame­work is to help under­stand the uses of DLT and, in doing so, iden­ti­fy both the oppor­tu­ni­ties and chal­lenges asso­cia­ted with this tech­no­lo­gy in a cri­ti­cal part of the finan­cial sys­tem. Through this frame­work, cen­tral banks and other inte­res­ted par­ties can bet­ter deter­mi­ne the technology’s poten­ti­al to pro­vi­de ope­ra­tio­nal effi­ci­en­ci­es and to make finan­cial mar­kets more robust and resilient.

Deve­lo­p­ments to date sug­gest that DLT bears pro­mi­se but that the­re is still a long way to go befo­re that pro­mi­se may be ful­ly rea­li­sed. Much work is nee­ded to ensu­re that the legal under­pin­nings of DLT arran­ge­ments are sound, gover­nan­ce struc­tures are robust, tech­no­lo­gy solu­ti­ons meet indus­try needs, and that appro­pria­te data con­trols are in place and satis­fy regu­la­to­ry requi­re­ments. It also seems clear that chan­ges and rela­ted effi­ci­en­cy gains are more likely to be incre­men­tal than revolutionary

Quel­le: Dis­tri­bu­ted led­ger tech­no­lo­gy in pay­ment, clea­ring and sett­le­ment An ana­ly­ti­cal framework

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