UAE: Digital Currency to be Launched

UAE: Digital Currency to be Launched News developments

UAE: Digital Currency to be Launched

Gulf News (United Arab Emirates), 12 July 2021: The UAE’s Central Bank has announced it plans to launch a digital currency.

The announcement is contained in the Banks’ priorities for 2023 to 2026.

It is part of the Bank’s aim to be among the world’s Top 10 central banks.

They will also focus on including driving digital transformation in the UAE’s financial services sector by utilising the latest Artificial Intelligence and big data solutions. Technology will also be used across inspection, monitoring and insurance systems as well as the UAE Pass system utilised to boost financial inclusion and provide easy access to financial services.

They will also focus on supporting the UAE’s green economy efforts and continue work to developing an innovative financial infrastructure to boost the UAE’s competitiveness in this area.

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Marlé Van Sandwyk