At least 18 Countries Develop Their Own Digital Money

Today, some countries, such as China, have started to develop their own digital money.

According to the news published by The Block, there have been 18 countries around the world that have developed or started to develop their own digital money.

We know that many governments around the world follow digital currencies and work on this issue. According to the data collected by The Block, 18 of these states have either developed or started to develop their digital money so far.

At this point, it should be noted that these are only known states. In other words, it may be with the state that has been working on digital money but has not yet shared it with the public.

As can be seen in the list above, 4 different countries have already introduced their own digital money. 14 countries are trying to develop their own digital money.

When we look at the list, we see that these countries generally use the R3 Corda platform to develop these digital currencies. In addition, platforms such as NEM and Hyperledger are used.