DATE
Tuesday 24 May 2022
VENUE
La Cave
SLOT
17.15
ORGANISED BY
Open Knowledge Foundation
MODERATOR

Panel Description

In the twenty-first century, most money is just data - accounting data. Therefore, the data of money and the information of money should not remain hidden from public scrutiny. The panel will discuss how to make the data of money open while preserving privacy and its relevance to open a new era of active citizens, understanding complex financial systems, and reclaiming global financial data as a commons. This is the point where the transparency and data community and geopolitics meet.

• In the twenty-first century, most money is just data - accounting data -. Therefore, the data of money and the information of money should not remain hidden from public scrutiny. Can we make the data of money “open”?
• The cross-border flow of data of money should become an open standard rather than the exclusive property of monopolistic providers. Is that possible today?
• Cross-border data should follow such a standard and, along with the data of money of national payment systems, should become public assets open to research communities and innovators. Is that possible?
• Which are the challenges to make the data of money more open?

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