Mastercard team has been exploring the possibility of using smart contracts as a tool for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). According to media, this was announced by the CEO of the payment system, Michael Miebach, during a telephone conversation with investors.
Also, as part of a telephone conversation with investors, Michael Miebach said that Mastercard has entered into a number of partnership agreements that will help the company to promote initiatives related to the development of the national digital currencies market.
Recall that recently, PwC analysts named the leaders in the market for the development of national digital currencies.
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