From Asia to Europe, major central banks all around the world are expected to announce their own digital currencies soon. This is vindication that stablecoins like EURST are on the right path forward, and they can serve to show how national economies should reinvent themselves following the current crisis.
Why Everyone Wants a CBDC Now
There is a lot of discussions in economic forums and reports in the financial press these days about central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and how they can help with building a new post-Covid economy. Many countries in various regions are said to be developing some version of a CBDC, as far apart as Thailand and Ukraine. In fact, major central banks have been working on CBDCs for a few of years already, and the European Central Bank’s upcoming digital euro and China’s digital yuan are expected to be among the first.
Even usually closed minded anti cryptocurrency detractors are now forced to admit that digital currencies are an unavoidable reality. For example, no other than “Dr. Doom,” economist Nouriel Roubini, now predicts a “big revolution” coming in the next few years due to many central banks launching their own digital currencies.
This is mainly happening because central bankers are seeing the success of stablecoins, digital tokens pegged to national currencies, and they fear being left behind as people are choosing to use the new innovation. Stablecoins also serve as a clear example for the central bankers of the world of how the technology of digital currencies work, and the positive impact they can have on their regional economies.
A leading example of a digital currency for the European economy is EURST, a USD asset-backed and live-audited stablecoin created by Mr Simone Mazzuca. This digital currency from Wallex Trust represents 1€ worth of USD, secured by the accounts of the federal reserve and Wallex Trust.
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