Current aspects of retail CBDC for the euro area Online Seminar Series

The series consists of five events, taking place once a week with presentations and discussions of about one to two hours per session.

Application deadline

23 August 2024


Central bank digital currencies have shaped the discussion on future trends in payments over the past few years. The Eurosystem is now exploring the idea of creating a digital form of its ment banknotes and coins. A digital euro would offer people an additional way to pay, available anywhere in the euro area. As a new form of
public money, the digital euro could foster innovation in the European payments sector and provide an anchor of stability in the digital age. Together with its Eurosystem partners, the Bundesbank is looking into how a digital euro could be designed to meet the evolving demand for digital money.

Contents and dates

  • 29.08.2024 The digital Euro – Retail CBDC 
  • 05.09.2024 Digital Euro: Challenges for monetary policy implementation
  • 12.09.2024 Financial stability implications of the digital Euro
  • 19.09.2024 The digital Euro from the perspective of banking supervision
  • 26.09.2024 The digital Euro from a monetary policy perspective

Target group

Economists and policymakers in central banks who would like to enhance their knowledge of digital central bank currency and the work done in central banks. Participants should have at least a basic knowledge of related payment systems, monetary policy, financial stability or banking supervision topics. 

Technical requirements

Computer with microphone, camera, speakers or headphone, up-to-date internet browser.

Anmeldeschluss: 23. August 2024, 23:59 Uhr