Hardly many people in the world know about the new currency that the international bankers have released to the world. However, it depends on the population itself whether it will accept or reject it.
The DCMA, a globalist affiliate of sovereign states, central banks, commercial and retail banks and other financial institutions, confirmed the launch of an international CBDC this week at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 2023 Spring Meetings.
According to the IMF, this CBDC is designed to “enforce banking regulations” and “monitor all transactions.”
The Universal Currency Unit (UMU), also known as “Unicoin” and denoted by the symbol Ü, can transact in any currency of account that is legal tender and can be configured to operate in accordance with the central banking rules of each participating jurisdiction.
In a similar way, the BRICS countries are also organizing, which are looking for ways to create their own currency, most likely digital with the possibility of comprehensive control of transactions.