Head of IMF: Digital Currencies Top Priority In 2020
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Head of IMF Highlights Digital Currencies As Top Priority in 2020 for Its 189 Member Countries
The head of the International Monetary Fund, economist Kristalina Georgieva, is listing the organization’s top priorities for the new year.
To stimulate a healthy global economy for its 189 member countries, Georgieva says leaders will have to “keep pace with fact developments in fintech, including digital currencies.”
The IMF has a long history of pushing countries to embrace the transition to the digital age. In September, former IMF Chief Christine Lagarde implored central banks to embrace the emerging technology.
Despite the IMF’s support for digital assets, the organization’s chief economist, Gita Gopinath, says it will take a while for them to gain a firm foothold in the traditional economy.