IMF launches CBDC handbook

More data and methodologies needed to understand impact of all new means of payments

CBDC Infrastructure

The International Monetary Fund launched its central bank digital currency (CBDC) virtual handbook on November 15, aimed at ministries of finance and central bankers, to guide their work on the new form of money.

“We are offering capacity development to countries considering CBDCs, and working with partners toward a comprehensive policy framework on crypto assets,” Kristalina Georgieva, IMF’s managing director, said at the fund’s statistical forum Measuring Money in the Digital Age, on the same

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