Announcing that it will test its national digital currency in 2022, the Central Bank of Thailand said that the citizens of this country can give their opinions about this digital currency to the officials until June 15 (June 25).
to the Report CoinDesk, a recently released report states that the Bank of Thailand (BoT) will begin testing its national digital currency in the second quarter of 2022.
The Assistant Governor of the Bank of Thailand announced on Friday that it is possible to accept public feedback on this national digital currency until June 15 this year (June 25).
The Bank of Thailand also said that the main purpose of this currency is to provide citizens with easier and more secure access to financial services.
The bank is planning to fully implement its national digital currency in the next three to five years, Reuters reported.
According to the report, Vachira Arromdee, Assistant Governor of the Central Bank of Thailand in the Financial Markets Operations Group, said in a briefing that the goal of national digital currencies is easy and secure access to financial services. He further added:
This [ارز دیجیتال ملی] It will not affect the Thai financial system.
The Bank of Thailand said in March (last month) that it had enacted regulations on stable coins this year, after warning of the illegal use of a stable coin associated with the baht (Thailand’s official currency) created outside the country. Will publish asset backing.