India's 2017-18 Union Budget further shows the dedication to its national agenda for a Digital India with focus on a digital economy. In this Outlook article, Mr. Singh considers the budget’s implications on policy and its relevance to the recommendations for a digital fiat currency recently issued by the Committee on Digital Payments.

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ITU announces eCurrency’s participation in driving the standardization and international acceptance of digital fiat currency.

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A blog on ITU’s newslog written by David Wen, eCurrency’s Chief Scientist and representative member of ITU-T.

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A report released by the Payments Committee constituted by the Ministry of Finance of India with recommendations for a digital fiat currency as a measure for encouraging digital payments.

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India’s demonetization is precipitating the move to digitization and prompting discussions of a digital fiat currency as highlighted in the Business Today article.

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Benefits of a digitally issued fiat currency is being recognized and acknowledged by the authorities in India, this article outlines eCurrency as the means by which to realize this objective.

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Our CEO, Jonathan Dharmapalan is interviewed by CNBC India to respond to the recommendation made by the Digital Payments Committee of India.

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How We Made it in Africa highlights the unique aspects of a digital currency powered by eCurrency as it is being rolled out in Senegal.

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A certificate of membership to The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) was presented to eCurrency. ITU is a specialized agency of the United Nations and was founded 150 years ago with a commitment to connect the world through international technical standardization.

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The online FinSMEs publication picks up the announcement of further series C funding.

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