غول خرده فروشی آنلاین چینی JD.com یوان دیجیتالی را برای پرداخت حقوق استفاده می کند
JD.com از ژانویه تاکنون از سیستم پرداخت الکترونیکی ارز دیجیتال چین یا DCEP برای پرداخت حقوق برخی از کارمندان استفاده کرده است. این شرکت تجارت الکترونیکی این خبر را روز یکشنبه فاش کرد در حالی که شرکت در نمایش آزمایشی یک ساله DCEP را در چهارمین اجلاس سران دیجیتال چین در فوژو برای یکشنبه و دوشنبه اعلام کرد.
JD.com has been using China’s Digital Currency Electronic Payment, or DCEP, system to pay the salaries of some employees since January
The e-commerce firm revealed the news on Sunday while announcing its participation in the one-year DCEP trial show at the fourth Digital China Summit in Fuzhou slated for Sunday and Monday
Commenting on its digital yuan adoption journey, the company stated that apart from paying staff salaries, JD has also utilized the DCEP in business-to-business payments to partner firms as well as cross-bank settlements
As previously reported by Cointelegraph, JD Technology and Digital Currency Research Institute — the company’s fintech arm — has been a DCEP development partner with the People’s Bank of China since September 2020
In December, the online retailer began accepting the digital yuan as a payment method on its website. According to a previous Cointelegraph report, JD.com received almost 20,000 DCEP-funded orders during the first week of adoption
JD has also supported DCEP trials, contributing about $4.6 million to Suzhou’s second public lottery event back in February. Commenting on the company’s continued support for the digital yuan, Fei Peng, DCEP head at JD Tech, said: “JD Technology will continue to combine strengths in the supply chain, omnichannel scenarios, advanced technology, and client service experience to contribute more to the DC/EP ecosystem
Meanwhile, JD’s continued support for the digital yuan puts AliPay and WeChat Pay’s absence from several DECP trials into even more stark relief. From ride-hailing services like DiDi Chuxing to streaming platforms like Bilibili, several firms are involved in testing China’s central bank digital currency except for the two largest payment gateways in the country
Opinions over whether the DCEP will seek to challenge the AliPay–WeChat Pay duopoly in China’s electronic payment market remain mixed. Back in October 2020, Zhou Xiaochuan, a former PBoC governor, argued that the digital yuan was the central bank’s counter to the dollarization of the economy
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