Central Bank Digital Currency Design Workshop

19 August 1-4pm, Inspace Edinburgh

The Institute for Design Informatics (University of Edinburgh) and the Financial Computing and Analytics Research Group (University College London) are working together to design a privacy-enhancing central bank digital currency system that takes inspiration from physical cash and electronic payments.

As part of this project, we invite you and your interested colleagues to take part in our Stories of Central Bank Digital Currencies design thinking workshop. During this half-day workshop, we will introduce you to our work-in-progress research and we will map out future user journeys that explore how transacting with central bank digital currency would change the way we interact with money in our day-to-day lives.

There are two opportunities to get involved, either in Edinburgh (19th August) or London (23rd August). You are free to choose either date and there is no need to attend both.

For more information and to sign up, please visit the following Eventbrite pages:

These workshops are organised by Dr Geoffrey Goodell (UCL) and Joe Revans (UoE) as part of the PETRAS FIRE research project. For questions and inquiries about this work, please contact joe.revans@ed.ac.uk.

Inspace, 1 Crichton Street, Edinburgh