Asian Clearing Union to adopt SWIFT alternative
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Within the coming weeks, ACU member states plan to introduce the Iranian-developed system.
During a recent summit in Iran, the members of the Asian Clearing Union (ACU) decided to compete with the SWIFT global payment network by launching a new cross-border financial messaging system in June.
ACU members include the central banks of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and Iran.
According to reports, the new, unnamed method for banking communication among ACU members was designed by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI).
Along with the top representatives from the ACU member states, the conference also included the governor of the Russian central bank, representatives from Afghanistan, and Belarus.
Last week, applications for membership in the ACU were submitted by Belarus and Mauritius.
Mohammad Reza Farzin, the governor of the CBI, disclosed that the bloc would look to expand its membership and vary the payment methods it accepts in order to support a more comprehensive de-dollarization drive.
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Interesting timing, think August, it's going to be absolutely epic!
According to the central bank, Russia will begin testing a digital version of its rouble currency with consumers in August, according to a report published on Tuesday by the Interfax news agency.
Russia has been creating digital currency over the past few years, as have many other nations, in an effort to modernize their financial systems and fend off cryptocurrencies.
August is also the month BRICS plans to introduce a new gold-backed trading currency at the Johannesburg summit.