Digital currencies will have a place at the World Economic Forum event

Since Monday, January 18, the World Economic Forum has presented the Davos 2021 agenda, a meeting that aims to discuss the challenges of economic reactivation after the impact caused by the pandemic.

Regarding the event, it is striking that the discussion on digital currencies: Policies, practices and partnerships that are needed to take advantage of the rise of central bank digital currencies (CBDC) has been included among the agenda items. In addition, according to the website of the World Economic Forum, the discussion will take place twice, the first being on Monday the 25th and the second on Thursday the 28th of this month.

It is important to note that in the event legend Mention is made of the effect that Covid-19 has had on the acceleration of the terms of use of money, however, the World Economic Forum has been developing studies on digital currencies of central banks with the aim of developing a support framework for evaluate, design and potentially implement a CBDC, noted Cointelegraph.

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Carlo Palomino
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