The legal digital currency "Li Gui" is rampant, and the central bank has repeatedly revealed multiple information.

On November 14, the Shanghai Securities News issued a document stating that at present, China's legal digital currency DC/EP has become the focus of the financial sector. At the time of the central bank's research and development of digital currency, many institutions also took the opportunity to speculate. For a time, various "li ghosts" emerged one after another. The central bank announced yesterday that it did not issue legal digital currency (DC/EP) and did not authorize any asset trading platform to conduct transactions. It is still in the process of research and testing. This is also the third time the central bank has ridiculed the issue of legal digital currency. Previously, the central bank twice clarified market rumors about the issue of legal digital currency. On September 22, a large number of net news said that “the central bank issued digital currency within 80 days, and will initially issue it to the four major banks, Alibaba, Tencent and UnionPay.” The central bank confirmed the launch time of the network and the participating institutions. For inaccurate information. At the beginning of November, the central bank twice blamed: the central bank digital currency working group did not meet with the person in charge of the blockchain of the listed company. Although it is a rumor, from the words expressed by the central bank three times, it can also look at the multiple institutional information transmitted by the supervision. The central bank reiterated that the essence of DC/EP is legal tender. The central bank has repeatedly reiterated that the Chinese version of the legal digital currency is still the renminbi. China's legal digital currency functions and attributes are consistent with banknotes, but the form is digital, and there is a world of difference with virtual currency.