Now the international Institutions and governments are taking the crypto or digital currencies in a serious way. It's just because of people’s interest in crypto and considering future payment systems. Foreseeing the importance now digital assets are discussed in the WEF or World Economic Forum. Recently a meeting of the World Economic Forum held where this matter was discussed how to move forward with digital assets.
According to Head of Blockchain at the World Economic Forum, Sheila Warren, “Given the critical roles central banks play in the global economy, any central bank digital currency implementation, including potentially with blockchain technology, will have a profound impact domestically and internationally,” More said, “It is imperative that central banks proceed cautiously, with a rigorous analysis of the opportunities and challenges posed.”
According to Project Lead, at the World Economic Forum, Ashley Lannquist “We worked with almost a dozen central banks as well as prominent economists and financial industry leaders to create a common approach for evaluating and designing CBDC around the world,” More Said, “The toolkit is the first of its kind to provide a concise summary of the key issues for policy-makers considering general-purpose or wholesale CBDC.”
Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney said that “Governance is the core pillar of any form of digital currency. It is critical that any framework on digital currencies ensures security, efficiency, and legitimacy of payments while ensuring fair and open competition. We welcome the WEF’s platform to help develop a robust governance framework for inclusion through digital currencies.”