The Governor of the Central Bank of Ghana, Ernest Addison, has announced that his country is officially working on a digital currency project.

Ghana therefore becomes the first African country to officially consider its own digital version of currency.

On this topic, Ernest Addison explained that his country moves forward in phases.

“The first phase refers to the design of electronic money. Our team is currently working on the implementation phase! ”Ernest Addison explained.

Ghana is also considering testing the use of digital currency. The Ecofin agency mentioned evidence on digital applications. These will allow the central bank to decide on the viability of the currency.

Source: L'Economiste Maghrébin