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Central Bank Digital Currency

Petition seeks repeal of Digital Identity Act

A petition against New Zealand’s Digital Identity Services Trust Framework Act 2023, set to take effect on July 1, 2024, is urging citizens to...

Don’t be misled – Judging the risk from Central Bank Digital Currencies in isolation is a rookie mistake.

New Zealand’s Central bank, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) have opened a consultation on central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). The consultation closes July...

Money’s grim future

Prepare for total control of your economic life. That is the message from Brownstone Fellow Aaron Day at his 4-hour workshop in San Jose, California...

The sinister links between Jeffrey Epstein, CBDCs, and Bitcoin

The purpose of this article is to create awareness of the urgent threat of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), to discuss and describe Jeffrey...

Big Brother is watching: European Union cracks down on cash transactions

The bloc is broadening anti-money laundering measures to include cryptocurrency, luxury goods, and football. The European Union has put together a preliminary agreement that includes...

The Final Countdown to CBDC

Though a work of fiction, this story draws inspiration from surveillance technologies that pervade our world today. If left unchecked, the scenario painted within this...

Thank you for 2023. Now for 2024

I would like to thank all our readers, supporters and contributors for their support of DTNZ in 2023. Our readership grows month-to-month despite operating in...

Eliminating central bank ‘non-negotiable’ says new Argentine president

Closing down the monetary regulator is part of the president-elect’s radical reform plans. Argentina's incoming president Javier Milei confirmed on Friday that he will keep...

Technology and a tyranny worse than prison

In an outstanding piece of political-theoretical writing, titled ‘The Threat of Big Other’ (with its play on George Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’) Shoshana Zuboff, succinctly...

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