Wells Fargo will launch a new stablecoin cryptocurrency in 2020 as per the announcement the bank made for the latest cryptocurrency news.
In a press release published by the fourth-largest institutional bank in the United States, Wells Fargo stated that the new remittance platform will form an international payment network based on the distributed ledger technology. The payments will work based on the dedicated platform and asset called Wells Fargo Digital Cash. The new concept stablecoin will be pegged to the US dollar and first, it will undergo a pilot program for internal transfers in 2020 and in the future multiple applications will use the platform as their basis:
“We believe DLT holds promise for a variety of use cases, and we’re energized to take this significant step in applying the technology to banking in a material and scalable way. Wells Fargo Digital Cash has the potential to enable Wells Fargo to remove barriers to real-time financial interactions across multiple accounts in multiple marketplaces around the world.”
Wells Fargo will launch its stablecoin after the largest bank in the United States JPMorgan Chase announced the launch of their own digital currency as a solution to changes in the global financial space. JPMorgan’s coin saw some mixed reactions on the announcement which was made earlier this year. The stance that both banks have is based on the decentralized cryptocurrencies. At many points, the executives have issued warnings about the dangers of using innovations and the control of the fiat-based financial system. Wells Fargo made it to the headlines after it confirmed it was refusing to allow some of the domestic banking customers to use cryptocurrencies and conduct crypto-related transactions. One of the officials of the bank pointed out:
“Unfortunately, Wells Fargo does not allow transactions involving cryptocurrency. As a result of the increasing digitization of banking services globally, we see a growing demand to further reduce friction regarding traditional borders, and today’s technology puts us in a strong position to do that.’’
As per the announcement in the coming altcoin news, the governments and central banks are still drawing lines as to what the iterations of cryptocurrency are acceptable. Facebook’s Libra crypto project is also set to release in 2020 so a lot of interesting crypto projects are preparing for next year.
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