Ripple, a real-time funds transfer system, signed an agreement with the Central Bank of Montenegro.
The two giants have decided to invest in developing a strategy for a digital currency made in Montenegro, in the form of a central bank digital currency or stablecoin.
Montenegro, despite not being part of the European community, has decided to adopt the euro as its currency.
Ripple’s vice president told that: “More details will be revealed later in the year.” J. Wallis added: “The project will go through several stages, including identifying the practical application of a digital currency or national stablecoin.”
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