DC³ Conference – From Cryptocurrencies to CBDCs

25 Jan 2022 - 27 Jan 2022


The International Telecommunication Union is organizing the “DC3 Conference – From Cryptocurrencies to CBDCs” is scheduled to take place virtually from 25 to 27 January 2022. 

The Digital Currency Conference is organised by the Digital Currency Global Initiative which is a joint collaboration between the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Future of Digital Currency Initiative at Stanford University.

The DC3 Conference aims to bring together industry thought leaders, policymakers, standards development bodies, international organisations, central banks, digital currency platform providers, stablecoin and cryptocurrency industry experts to exchange and share their experiences and pilot project implementations.

The three-day event will consist of:  

  • Three thematic tracks on Central Bank Digital Currencies; Stablecoins and Security. 
  • Three deep dive sessions on interoperability for central bank digital currencies, implementing interoperability for stablecoins and security validation model for digital currency systems respectively.
  • High-level panel discussions on topics such as the efficiencies that stablecoins can bring to financial inclusion and to payment systems; architecture models for CDBC and stablecoin implementations, definition of a digital currency ontology model and security assurance for digital currency systems amongst others.

More information can be found on the event website.