A Central Bank employee spoke about CBDC’s ongoing investigation and other Modernization of Payments that Taiwan is exploring.
Taiwan’s Central Bank completed a feasibility study of the Central Bank’s digital currency (CBDC) and continues to consider its introduction. The Central Bank is looking for business and academics comments and will continue to work on the design of the platform, said deputy governor Mei-Lie Chu on December 7.
In a long speech at an event for bankers, Chu described what Banking 4.0 called, or “Integrated Services in Customer’s Daily Life,” including Artificial Intelligence Integration and Bank’s Advanced Mobile and Digital Technology. She dedicated approximately half of her presentation to the CBDC.
Chu referred to the bank to investigate international settlements and said he saw the advantages of the CBDC and the real -world assets signal.