The Reserve Bank’s Future of Money projectPositive Money NZ’s review of, and submissions to, the consultation
The Reserve Bank is undertaking consultation to examine money and how the monetary system should work in the face of major change. Positive Money has been campaigning for such a ‘first principles’ review since our inception. Follow the progress of this important enquiry, our analysis and submissions.
Our Submission to Future of Money – Private Innovation
The Reserve Bank called for submissions to its proposed approach to new forms of private money such as cryptoassets, including stablecoins. It is part of its work on the Future of Money. You can find more about its proposals around Private Innovation. Here's a link to...
Ground breaking papers from the Reserve Bank
The Reserve Bank has come out with a couple of courageous and ground breaking consultation papers on the future of money, says Positive Money national spokesperson Don Richards.
Key to the documents is the clear distinction between ‘central bank money’ and ‘private money’, issued mainly by commercial banks, the majority of our money supply.
Review of the Reserve Bank’s Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) paper, October 2021
The Reserve Bank’s paper The Future of Money – Central Bank Digital Currency is the second in a series planned as part of its consultation on the Future of Money (our notes on the first paper are here). Below are a few notes and pointers from Positive Money’s National...
Review of the Reserve Bank’s Stewardship paper on the Future of Money October 2021
The Reserve Bank’s paper The Future of Money – Stewardship is the first in a series planned as part of its consultation on the Future of Money. Below are a few notes and pointers from Positive Money that will help you to understand the issues and make your own...