February 8, 2023

Transactions With China’s Digital RMB Exceeds $14B

All over the world, China’s Digital RMB is tops as the most widely used CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency). This feat is due to its recent growth, as it recently exceeded $14 Billion (around 100 billion Yuan) in transactions. 

On August 31, the currently registered transactions were valued at only 100 million, less than $14 Billion. The statistics were released through a verified WeChat user on October 10, 2022. The post further stated that the August 31 transactions figure was a 21 percent improvement over figures from June. 

The Development Of Digital Yuan

Before summer ended, the rate of transactions in fifteen districts within the jurisdiction of China’s CBDC had hit 360 million. Furthermore, close to 6 million businesses have supported the move to make the digital Yuan an official medium of exchange. 

The post said that several governmental institutions have also increased their endorsement of the CBDC and now use the e-CNY for various things, including tax refunds, health insurance, and other things.

According to the post, several online sites that belong to the government have adopted the digital Yaun for various payment services, enabling both internet-based and offline channels to process payments for different public utilities and issuing tax rebate monies in digital RMB,  commercial support funding, funds for supporting persons in need, money for monthly medical insurance payments, and so on.

China is the world’s frontrunner in the growth of Central Bank Digital Currency. Even though the nation hasn’t given a specific timetable for the debut of its digital Yuan, it has started extensive pilot testing in many places. The People’s Bank Of China estimated that e-CNY operations would total 87.6 billion yuan by the end of 2021.

CBDC Adoption Around The World

The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) deputy governor Fan Yifei declared at the end of September that the organization planned to extend the testing of the virtual RMB to the nation’s most populated districts, reaching a further 360 million people.

To increase domestic spending and steady the economy, the nation has announced plans to donate more than $13.51 million (90 million digital Yuan) to Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Xiong’an New Area citizens.

The Bahamas, China, and Nigeria, the largest market in Africa, which debuted its CBDC in October 2021, are among the 11 nations that have established CBDCs, according to statistics from the Atlantic Council, an American think tank. The JAM-DEX, another CBDC, was also recently introduced by Jamaica.

It is essential to note that more than 100 nations, accounting for more than 95% of global GDP, are now investigating a CBDC. By May 2020, just 35 nations were debating a CBDC. Also, 50 countries are engaged in sophisticated research to launch, pilot, and develop.


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