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ECB Taps Amazon, Four Others to Pitch Digital Euro Prototype

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The European Central Bank (ECB) has selected five firms to assist in testing its upcoming digital euro. Each participating firm will create a prototype interface that will be used to process simulated transactions. The results of the experiment will be published in 2023. Some estimates suggest a digital euro could be launched in 2025.
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ECB taps Amazon, four others to pitch digital euro prototype

Spain's CaixaBank, France's Worldline SA, Italy's Nexi SpA and EPI, a consortium of banks and third-party acquirers, join Amazon in winning a bid to develop prototypes, with each company focusing on a specific digital use for the euro-area currency. The five were chosen from a pool of 54 front-end providers who submitted applications in April, the European Central Bank said in a statement.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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ECB Taps Amazon, Four Others to Pitch Digital Euro Prototype

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ECB Chooses 5 Firms, including Amazon, to Build the Digital Euro Prototype

According to a news statement on Friday, September 16, The European Central Bank (ECB) has chosen five businesses, including Amazon, to participate in a

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ECB lets Amazon develop a digital euro prototype

12:08 The ECB has appointed five companies, including the US e-commerce giant, to develop a prototype of a digital euro.

2 months ago·Belgium
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Amazon Is Testing Digital Euro Prototypes

The European Central Bank (EBC) has partnered with five tech companies including Amazon to test its digital euro.

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Amazon Tests Digital Euro Prototypes

The European Central Bank (ECB) has selected five companies to assist in testing the upcoming digital euro. Each participating company will develop a proto...

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