Mexican government announces CBDC for 2024

Bank of Mexico

The government of Mexico has announced the country’s central bank will introduce a central bank digital currency by 2024.

Although the government published its notice in the Bank of Mexico’s name, the central bank has so far made no comment regarding a digital currency.

The statement, posted on the federal government’s @gobiernoMX Twitter account, said: “Banxico gives notice that by 2024 it will have its own digital currency in circulation, in consideration of the utmost importance of these

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