G20 should create central bank blockchain group – think tank

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The G20 should create and fund a central bank blockchain consortium, according to a policy proposal published by a think-tank affiliated with the international forum.

According to the proposal, published on March 20, the G20 should be leading the charge when it comes to blockchain – attempting to build an “inclusive transparent and accountable digital economy”.

“The G20 must take decisive steps to harness this technology in service of its policy goals across the core focus areas,” said the

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