Russia-Turkey Switching to National Currencies statement
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In Sochi, Erdogan met Putin to discuss the gas hub and grain deal.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's emphasis on switching to national currencies in bilateral trade during his discussions with Russian President Vladimir Putin signifies a notable shift in Turkey's economic and geopolitical strategy.
Erdogan: Switching to national currencies in bilateral trade is important.
The development of a natural gas hub within Turkey dovetails with this shift in economic strategy.
Putin also stated that Russia will soon deliver free grain to Africa.
PayPal is leaping into the cryptocurrency market, Starting in the next few weeks, users in the US can buy and sell bitcoin and several other digital currencies on the platform.
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The bill clarifies which federal agencies regulate which type of crypto assets. It's crucial that America remains the global leader in cryptocurrency, the lawmaker said.
Russia is negotiating the use of Mir payment card with several countries, including Egypt.
There are reports of Egypt preparing apps to join BRICS.
The president of the BRICS International Forum expects Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia to join the group "very soon".
The chief executive officer of failed Silicon Valley Bank, Greg Becker, is no longer on the board of directors at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
The spokesperson declined to say how Becker exited the San Francisco Fed board.
As part of efforts to stabilize the local currency, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is preparing to launch a digital currency backed by gold that will be accepted as legal tender for transactions in the nation.
The RBZ will take the first steps toward using the nation's gold reserves to anchor the Zimbabwe dollar with the introduction of the digital gold tokens, a kind of electronic money backed by gold stored at the RBZ.