Although the Chinese government’s refuses to see cryptocurrencies as a legal financial means but rather as a virtual product, some industry players think that Blockchain Service Network can stimulate the development of virtual currencies such as a CBDC.
With the importance that this infrastructure has gained in blockchain interoperability, the decision has been made to separate the governance of the BSN into two ecosystems: BSN China and BSN International.
For his part, Eden Dhaliwal, Global Managing Director of Conflux Network, stated in an interview with Cointelegraph that the Chinese government is highly motivated to launch a CBDC to “master the digital commerce landscape and prepare the economy for the future.”
And given the measure “it is very likely that BSN will be divided to make the network comply with regulations, be more secure and financially stable, without losing the functionalities of the public blockchain networks. (…). This two-tier ecosystem ensures the flow of capital and assets through chains and countries without compromising the reliability of the network,” said Dhaliwal.
Regarding adoption for retail users, the executive reported that to ensure massive growth of the BSN ecosystem “it needs to integrate a wide variety of public chains to create interoperability, innovation and internationalization of digital assets and instruments.”