IMF encourages St. Kitts and Nevis to cautiously launch digital currency

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IMF is encouraging St Kitts and Nevis to "cautiously piloting a digital currency" as part of its adopted Virtual Assets Bill. The move will pave the way for easier transfer of funds for the island’s CBI program and other business transactions. CBI is one of the reasons the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) has registered a GDP growth last year, IMF said.

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