Programmable money has the potential to revolutionize the way we transact and exchange value. It can be designed to include a variety of features and functions, such as the ability to automatically enforce contract terms, or facilitate peer-to-peer transactions without the need for intermediaries. As the use of programmable money increases, it is likely that we will see the emergence of new financial instruments and business models that will redefine how the industry, and indeed society as a whole, think about money and value.
Whilst this does present tremendous opportunities to make financial transactions better, faster, and cheaper, it does not come without its own sets of potential issues including concerns around privacy, regulatory treatment, and the role of traditional providers in this new world. As the use of programmable digital currencies continues to evolve, it will be important to consider their potential impacts on the economy, financial system, and society.
Join our upcoming panel, Programmable Money and the Future of Cross-Border Payments, to explore the exciting possibilities and potential challenges of programmable money and what financial institutions need to consider today in order to be ready for the potential change.
Panel Discussion: Programmable Money and the Future of Cross-Border Payments
Date: June 8th, 2023
Time: 3PM SGT/HKT
Gain Insights on:
- Definition and ecosystem development of Programmable Money
- Key considerations on regulations, standards and interoperability
- Preparations and considerations for future expansion by financial institutions
- Philip Enness - Executive Director, J.P.Morgan
- Tony McLaughlin - Emerging Payments & Business Development, Citi
- Dheeraj Joshi - Regional Head- Payments Solutions Consulting, Finastra
- Moderator: Zennon Kapron - Founder and Director, Kapronasia
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