Cambridge Collaborates With IMF And BIS To Launch Crypto Research Project

Cambridge Collaborates With IMF And BIS To Launch Crypto Research Project

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School announced the beginning of the Cambridge Digital Assets Programme today (CDAP). CDAP is a research project aimed at understanding the evolution of digital assets and value transfer systems. Cambridge Research For Crypto The University of Cambridge is launching a new project aimed at […]


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