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No One Can Refuse China’s Digital Currency

China’s central bank digital currency (CBDC) known as the digital yuan should be regulated in line with cash-related laws, according to a senior exec at the country’s central bank. In an opinion article on Sept. 14, Fan Yifei, a deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), outlined the major regulatory principles for the operation of the digital yuan. the digital representation of the official currency of the People’s Republic of China.

No One Can Refuse China’s Digital Currency

According to Fan, the digital renminbi is legally compensatory to the traditional fiat currency. In the article, the deputy governor outlined that the digital RMB is “mainly positioned” as M0, which means that the digital currency is part of the supply of paper notes and coins. As such, the digital RMB “needs to comply with laws and regulations related to cash management”, Fan said.

The deputy governor went on to say that according to the renminbi’s indemnity provisions, the digital renminbi could be used to pay “all public and private debts within the territory of our country.” Fan emphasized that the digital currency should be accepted everywhere in the country, and “no unit or individual may refuse to accept it if the conditions are met.”

Источник: FXPro


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