European Central Bank (ECB) expects a currency command on the G20 summit in March


The European Central Bank (ECB) says we expect a tightening of currencies in the agenda at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires this March.

"The international community is preparing the answer to this, and I expect the discussions of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires in March to focus on these issues," Coeure said. Earlier, Le Maire expressed his wish to characterize the Bitcoin Ordinance on the G20 agenda, with several entities calling for international monetary stimulus efforts during the WEF.

British Prime Minister Theresa May and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin expressed the need to consolidate standards, while former US Secretary of State John Kerry told Cointelegraph that this technology was valuable and that people would talk about it. In other parts of Europe, the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Switzerland has called for a strong call for higher currencies, saying that at WEF, "they do not meet the criteria to be called money."

"Money can be called good assets, but it's not a good money, because it's not a fixed price, these monetary points change." She continues to talk about the use of Bitcoin. And this is not an effective alternative because you do not buy your groceries with Bitcoin