Mastercard introduces its CBDC Partner Program


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Mastercard has established a central bank digital currency partner program that includes Ripple and Consensys.

According to the Bank for International Settlements, the vast majority of central banks are working on CBDCs in some capacity, and four retail versions are already operational.

To assist central banks in evaluating and researching national digital currencies, Mastercard created a virtual testing platform in 2020. Since then, the company has conducted pilot projects with a number of central banks.

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