It was a pleasure contributing once again to a Henry Stewart Publication. This time in co-authorship (Christoph Impekoven & Jochen Werne) we delineate for the Journal of Digital Banking the differences between stablecoins, in particular, and ‘fiat’ currencies, in general. When you have read this paper, you will know what a stablecoin is, what types there are, how it differs from the US dollar or the euro and why the most important currency in all worlds is ‘trust’.
Journal of Digital Banking
Journal of Digital Banking is the major professional journal publishing in-depth, peer-reviewed articles and case studies on FinTech innovation, digital disruption and how to develop a profitable, customer-focused digital banking strategy – specifically by using technology and automation to deliver efficient, secure and seamless customer experiences with lower operating costs.
Each quarterly 100-page issue – published in print and online – will feature detailed, practical articles showcasing the latest strategic thinking on how to exploit new and existing digital banking markets, business models and FinTech innovations along with actionable advice and ‘lessons learned’ from fellow digital banking professionals on the key business, risk and operational requirements for putting that strategy into practice. It will not publish advertising but rather in-depth analysis of new thinking and practice at a wide range of financial institutions, FinTech innovators and start-ups, investors, central banks and financial regulators worldwide for readers to benchmark their organisation against, with every article being peer-reviewed by an expert Editorial Board to ensure that it focuses on the digital banking professional’s perspective, the challenges they face and how they can tackle them.
Journal of Digital Banking is listed in Cabells’ Directories of Publishing Opportunities.
Journal of Digital Banking is abstracted and indexed in the Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) database IDEAS
As such Journal of Digital Banking publishes articles on:
- Innovative digital payment services
- FinTech innovation
- Digital payments product management
- AI and machine learning
- Mobile banking and apps
- Open banking
- Customer service, personalisation and user experience
- Digitisation initiatives and replacing legacy systems
- Investing in digital banking start-ups
- Big Data and analytics
- Risk, fraud and security
- Regulation and compliance
- Barriers to consumer adoption and how to overcome them
- Standardisation initiatives
- Digital, alternative and cryptocurrencies
- Business models and partnerships
- Digital banking operations and services
Rather than publishing advertising or the ‘bite-sized’ articles all too common on the internet, Journal of Digital Banking provides in-depth guidance and analysis on the key issues facing financial services in today’s rapidly evolving digital world, with high-quality articles from leading banks and other financial institutions, FinTech innovators and startups, central banks, financial regulators, investors, consultants and service providers, plus researchers and educators in the field.
Essential reading for Departmental Heads, Directors, Managing Directors, VPs, SVPs, EVPs and Senior Managers of:
- Digital strategy
- Digital banking
- Mobile payments
- Online banking
- Payments innovations
- Customer insights and analytics
- User experience
- Social media
- Payments strategy
- Product management/strategy
- Transaction banking
- Payments operations and services
- Payment systems; as well as
- Presidents, CEOs, CTOs, CFOs, COOs and CIOs