The United States has joined the rest of the G20 nations in signing a treaty to commit to rolling out the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “digital IDs” globally.
G20 leaders have also agreed to begin ushering in “cashless societies” as globalist bureaucrats begin to introduce “digital cash” in the form of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC).
During the recent G20 summit in India, world leaders noted that the new systems will be mandatory for those who wish to participate in society.
The G20 leaders have agreed to impose these WEF policies on their populations without giving the public a chance to vote.
The globalist body also revealed that discussions are underway to create strict international regulations for cryptocurrencies, which will allow governments to replace them with CBDCs.
As Slay News reports, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that discussions were underway to build a global framework to regulate crypto assets.
Sitharaman said world leaders believe cryptocurrencies cannot be regulated efficiently without total international cooperation.
“India’s [G20] presidency has put on the table key issues related to regulating or understanding that there should be a framework for handling issues related to crypto assets,” Sitharaman said before the G20 gathering.