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Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas Proposes Legislation to Ban CBDCs


Recently, Texas Senator Ted Cruz has introduced a bill that would prohibit the use of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) in the United States. The bill, titled the “Protecting Consumers from Unreasonable Credit Exposure Act of 2021”, is aimed at protecting consumers from the potential risks associated with CBDCs.

CBDCs are digital currencies issued by central banks, and they are seen as a potential alternative to traditional fiat currencies. While CBDCs have the potential to offer a number of benefits, such as faster payments and improved financial inclusion, they also come with a number of risks. These risks include the potential for money laundering, terrorist financing, and other illicit activities.

In introducing the bill, Senator Cruz stated that “The United States must take a leadership role in protecting consumers from the potential risks associated with CBDCs. We must ensure that any digital currency issued by a central bank is subject to the same rigorous standards and oversight as other forms of currency.”

The bill would require the Federal Reserve to conduct a thorough review of any proposed CBDC before it is issued. It would also require the Federal Reserve to provide a detailed report to Congress on the potential risks associated with CBDCs.

The bill has been met with both support and criticism. Supporters of the bill argue that it is necessary to protect consumers from the potential risks associated with CBDCs. Critics, however, argue that the bill could stifle innovation and limit the potential benefits of CBDCs.

Regardless of the outcome of the bill, it is clear that Senator Cruz is taking a proactive approach to protecting consumers from the potential risks associated with CBDCs. It remains to be seen whether the bill will pass, but it is clear that Senator Cruz is taking the issue of CBDCs seriously.

46 thoughts on “Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas Proposes Legislation to Ban CBDCs”

  1. A government pushing a CBDC would likely also (at the same time) put huge restrictions on usage of all other digital currencies. It also gives the government the ability to blacklist your wallet at anytime for any reason, meaning they could instantly cut you off from making any type of purchases or have control over what you can and cannot purchase. It is way too much power in the hands of people who have shown they only care about their own power bases. Hopefully this bill gets some traction.

  2. I don’t know how I feel about this

    One on hand, fuck CBCDs

    On the other, fuck Ted Cruz

    He is pretty pro crypto so i’ll give him that, but the rest of his antics, yuck

  3. Cruz just wants more capital to flow into Texas. Coinbase taking steps towards lobbying will change the tune of some reps too. Don’t be fooled into thinking these politicians actually care about you.

  4. Anti cdbc bill defined..

    The anti-CBDC bill is a legislation proposed by Republican Senator Ted Cruz to block a central bank digital currency (CBDC) from being issued in the United States. The bill is co-sponsored by Senators Mike Braun (R-Ind) and Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa). Senator Cruz argued that having a CBDC in the States, controlled by the Federal Reserve, would jeopardize Americans citizens’ financial information and pave the way to a potential surveillance state

    CBDCs are a digital version of a state’s fiat currency—like the U.S. dollar or the euro—backed by the central state

  5. Fucker planned on flying to Cancun during the worst blizzard Texas has faced in a long time. Came back only because people called him out on it. Millions without power, total death toll was 246.

    Pretty sure this guy has ulterior motives.

    Edit: There’s only one party, the Rich Party, and we’re not allowed to join

  6. You think he is trying to ban it for your benefit and he supports crypto. He doesnt. Digital currencies are coming, why not introduce legislation which includes privacy and limitations? America will be left behind if they do not proactively get involved in this space.


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