G-7 Prioritizes Assistance for Developing Countries’ CBDC Implementation

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The Group of Seven (G-7) wealthy nations will give priority to how they can better assist developing countries implement their central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), according to senior finance diplomat Masato Kanda of Japan. He thinks that the dangers associated with the establishment of CBDCs must be addressed by the Vice Minister of Finance for Foreign Affairs of Japan by providing elements like proper transparency and solid governance. Japan is slated to host the G-7 summit this year in Hiroshima, where debates about cryptocurrency regulation are anticipated to pick up speed before a gathering of the G-07 countries’ finance ministers and central bankers in mid-May. Additionally, he intends to tighten up worldwide cryptocurrency rules, with an emphasis on enhancing company transparency and consumer safety.

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