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What changes are planned with regard to the coming CBDC?

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I'm wondering because I've been following the various antics of the WEF and world governments. How is IG positioned to take that into account?

I can see two scenarios.
1.  is where you knuckle under and make CBDC the default system for commerce internally. This is something I consider the least probable, due to the potentially extreme variance between the various CBDCs.
2. is where you transfer means from an outside system to an isolated internal system. Sort of what you already do. This requires the least changes.
The last one is much preferable, especially given what has been found in Brazil and likely elsewhere.

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