BIS Open Tech

The BIS Open Tech is a platform for sharing statistical and financial software as public goods, by promoting international cooperation and coordination. These software tools are developed according to international best practices and standards and can be reused and further developed in a wide variety of environments

Open Tech projects

Project SDMX/FMR

The FMR enables organisations to 'get a grip of their metadata', by externalising their statistical structural metadata with the benefits of maintainability, re-use, standardisation, harmonisation and improved metadata and data governance. Read more...

Ellipse and the Data and Knowledge Platform (DKP)

Ellipse is a prototype of an integrated regulatory data and analytics platform that combines both structured and unstructured sources of data that are relevant in real time and to current events. Read more...

Project Aurum

Aurum is a retail CBDC technology prototype, comprised of a wholesale interbank system and a retail e-wallet system, setting up two different types of tokens: intermediated CBDC and stablecoins backed by CBDC in the interbank system. While intermediated CBDC is a direct liability of the central bank, CBDC-backed stablecoins are liabilities of the issuing bank, with its backing assets held by the central bank. The prototype is designed under the principles of safety, flexibility and privacy. Read more...