The Hoover Institution Working Group on China's Digital Currency and Electronic Payment System invites you to CBDC: Relevant Design Choices and Opportunities for Innovation on Monday, July 26, 2021 from 12:00 PM - 12:40 PM PT.

Dr. Neha Narula, Director of the Digital Currency Initiative at the MIT Media Lab, gives a presentation about Project Hamilton research on US CBDC design with discussion and questions to follow.

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Dr. Neha Narula is the director of the Digital Currency Initiative at the MIT Media Lab with research interests in cryptocurrencies and distributed systems. She received her PhD in computer science from MIT in 2015, where she published work on fast, scalable databases. Narula has given a TED talk on the future of money, was named to Wired’s list of 25 leaders shaping the next 25 years of technology, and was listed on Fortune’s “Ledger 40 under 40.” Previously, she helped relaunch the news aggregator Digg and was a senior software engineer at Google.

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