G20 Lays Regulatory Groundwork for Accepting Digital Payments

 G20 Lays Regulatory Groundwork for Accepting Digital Payments
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G20 Lays Regulatory Groundwork for Accepting Digital Payments

Digital currency payments may become a reality for G20 members before the next summit in Saudi Arabia.

As reported by Kyodo News on July 11, officials revealed that the G20 summit compromising representatives from 19 countries and the European Union will be laying the groundwork to accept digital payments. The changes are expected to begin in October, presumably at the G20 Finance Ministerial and Deputies Meetings in Washington DC and before the next summit in Riyadh in November.

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G20 Lays Regulatory Groundwork for Accepting Digital Payments

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