India’s Central Bank Exploring Privacy Legislation for Retail CBDC Users


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India’s central bank is advocating for legislation that will allow users of its retail central bank digital currency (CBDC) to delete any transactions from the network’s ledger in order to maintain anonymity, a highly placed person told CoinDesk. “The Hash” panel discusses the wider implications of preserving privacy on the blockchain, as lawmakers and individuals across the world have been concerned about the potential surveillance aspects of CBDCs.