India to Begin Digital Rupee Test in 4 Cities With 4 Banks

India to begin digital rupee test in 4 cities with 4 banks

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The Reserve Bank of India will start testing its retail central bank digital currency (CBDC), the digital rupee, in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Bhubaneswar with the initial participation of four banks. CoinDesk Regulatory Reporter Amitoj Singh discusses the latest on the pilot program.

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