France and Singapore pilot cross-border CBDC transactions

France and Singapore pilot cross-border CBDC transactions


Financial authorities in France and Singapore are actively exploring the cross-border applications of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

In a joint announcement on Thursday, the Bank of France and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said that they successfully completed a whole cross-border payment and settlement experiment using CBDCs and blockchain technology.

The CBDC experiment was conducted with support and expertise from JPMorgan’s digital currency-focused Onyx division on a permissioned, privacy-enabled blockchain based on the investment bank’s Quorum blockchain infrastructure. 

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As part of the experiment, the Bank of France and MAS simulated cross-border and cross-currency transactions for a Singapore dollar-based CBDC and the euro. 

“While the experiment was limited to two central banks, the design of the m-CBDC [multiple CBDCs] network enabled it to be scaled up to support the participation of multiple central banks and commercial banks located in different jurisdictions,” the announcement reads.

The pilot has also demonstrated interoperability across different types of cloud infrastructure with blockchain nodes set up across private and public

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