India working with IMF or FSB on crypto guidelines, says monetary issues secretary
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India working with IMF, FSB on crypto guidelines, says monetary issues secretary
India, the ongoing holder of the G20 administration, has been working with the Global Money related Asset (IMF) and the Monetary Soundness Board (FSB) to foster an administrative methodology for digital currencies, the country's Division of Financial Issues Secretary Ajay Seth said on Thursday.
- "We have contacted IMF, and IMF is chipping away at the paper with us, to get the parts of the financial arrangement, the macroeconomic perspectives, and the strategy way to deal with crypto resources," Seth said in a meeting with the Press Trust of India. The IMF will introduce its paper at February's G20 meeting in Bengaluru.
- "The Monetary Steadiness Board has proposed framing a crypto resource working gathering and we are similarly essential for that," said Seth, adding that G20 part countries are attempting to track down agreement on crypto guidelines, which should "develop across all nations."
- On Dec. 1, India turned into the president country of the G20, an intergovernmental discussion with 19 of the world's biggest economies and the European Association.
- In November, Indian Money Clergyman Nirmala Sitharaman required all G20 countries, and global bodies like the IMF and FSB to team up on managing crypto resources.