Crypto poses no big risk to economy so far, Bank of Canada official says

Crypto poses no big risk to economy so far, Bank of Canada official says


Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) do not pose any significant risk to the financial system at their current level of adoption, according to Bank of Canada’s Deputy Governor Paul Beaudry.

Beaudry spoke about the risks to the stability of the Canadian financial system at the Ontario Securities Commission Dialogue 2021 on Nov. 23.

When asked whether cryptocurrencies are a risk, the deputy governor responded that the Bank of Canada doesn’t think that crypto is “developing in a way that creates a systemic type of risk for a financial system” up to now. This is because cryptocurrencies are “quite removed from a financial system,” Beaudry noted.

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But as the crypto market grows bigger with more people investing in it, crypto becomes more of a risk, which could mean a certain

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