ECCB digital currency suffers outage

ECCB CBDC

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank’s digital currency, DCash, went offline on January 14 due to a “technical issue”. The ECCB said DCash would also require “additional upgrades”.

The St Kitts-based central bank said in a statement it was “actively and diligently working” with its partners to restore service. It added that “the current service interruption is unfortunate but is providing a useful opportunity for testing the resilience of our platform ahead of commercial deployment and

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