China Drafts Law to Legalize Digital Yuan, Outlawing Competitors

China Drafts Law to Legalize Digital Yuan, Outlawing Competitors


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China Drafts Law to Recognize Digital Yuan

The wording of the law seems to target yuan-pegged stablecoins but the prohibition could also include other digital currencies the PBOC views as threatening to the RMB.
China’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), has drafted a law to legalize the digital yuan and outlaw digital currencies issued by anyone else competing with it. Meanwhile, the central bank has been cracking down on gambling sites that use the stablecoin tether.

China has been heavily testing the digital yuan. A public test was recently launched in Shenzhen where the authorities gave away 200 yuan (about ) to 50,000 residents to spend at 3,389 stores.

The People’s Bank of China published a draft law on Friday that gives legal status to its central bank digital currency (CBDC), the digital yuan. The central bank has also begun a public consultation on the draft law; comments can be submitted through Nov. 23.
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China Cracks Down on Gambling Sites

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According to the post, the People’s Bank of China recently assisted local police in Huizhou city with cracking down on cross-border online gambling sites that allegedly use tether (USDT) to launder money. Three gambling sites, handling almost 120 million yuan, were shut down and 77 suspects were arrested.
In a Wechat post published Friday, the central bank outlined its efforts cracking down on cross-border gambling sites that enable Chinese citizens to transfer money abroad, bypassing China’s capital controls.
“The legal currency of the People’s Republic of China is Renminbi [RMB],” the draft law states, adding: is author of this content, is is not responsible for the content of external sites.

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