Russia eyes digital assets for settling cross-border transactions as sanctions bite harder
WORLD · BUSINESS · TECH
September 16, 20223 min read547 words
Published: September 16, 2022  |  3 min read547 words
Russia is looking to become the first country to deploy digital currencies for cross-border payments within a legal framework. The intention to turn to virtual assets as a settlement for international transactions comes from Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin’s  at a stra...
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Political and financial article, addressing the development of Russia and its interest in becoming the first country to deploy digital currencies for international payments within a legal framework.
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