In this second of a series of posts on tokenization, Portals and Rails moves past definitions and discusses aspects of end-to-end token initiatives.
The Federal Reserve's policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee recently released additional information about its plans to normalize the stance of monetary policy and the Fed's securities holdings. Financial Update notes that the Committee will take these steps to promote its statutory mandate of maximum employment and price stability.
Unauthorized transactions are unpleasant and costly both for the financial institutions that receive them and the customers whose accounts are hit. A recently approved rule will reduce the acceptable threshold for unauthorized debit return rates. Portals and Rails explains.
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