Major central banks plan meeting to discuss digital currencies and international transactions

posted 5 months ago
The leaders of six major central banks may hold a meeting in April in Washington, to discuss joint research on digital currencies. Representatives from the central banks of Europe, Japan, Canada, Sweden, Britain, and Switzerland will share their findings, to look at the potential creation of their own digital currencies.

The planned meeting will also be attended by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS)... to discuss how digital currencies could streamline international payments… Japan’s central bank governor, Masazumi Wakatabe said "It's quite natural to consider how to make international transactions more convenient."
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