Consumer attitudes to CBDC – UK / Asia
OMFIF’s Digital Monetary Institute and Giesecke+Devrient convene a private launch of the ‘Consumer attitudes to CBDC’ report. The roundtable will highlight the key findings from the OMFIF-G+D survey on consumer attitudes to central bank digital currencies. The survey spanned four jurisdictions: the US, Germany, Indonesia, and Nigeria. It explored challenges consumers are facing with digital payments, awareness of and approaches to CBDC and potential use cases for adoption.
If you would like to register for the session at 16:00 (London)/11:00 (New York), please click here.
The aim of this meeting is to allow for informal exchanges and a better appreciation of participants’ viewpoints.
This session is off the record and for representatives from central banks and multilateral organisations only. We accommodate wider audiences through our OMFIF virtual conferences and panels. We encourage all interested parties to submit their interest to these sessions.