Central Banks

Collaborate with Private Sector Digital Currency Solutions

Central banks are increasingly exploring the potential for central bank digital currencies (CBDC)s. The 2021 survey by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) found that 86% of central banks are actively engaging in some form of CBDC work.

OneHypernet allows central banks to experiment with digital currencies and decentralised settlement mechanisms in a secure environment. Collaborate with both private and public sectors to evaluate cross-border solutions across different platforms and jurisdictions.

Explore the utility of a regulatory node to enhance regulatory supervision, improve data quality of cross-border transactions, improve KYL and AML standards, all while maintaining the privacy of users.

Our decentralised multicurrency, multilateral netting system enables settlement of cross-border payments while reducing the pre-funding requirements of domestic banks needing to hold reserves of another currency.

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