Moldova has held the World Blockchain Digital Currency Summit. The speaker introduced the local first digital currency exchange Drachmae Market and the first “Moldova Made” token. The letter from the National Bank of Moldova obtained by the Exchange shows that the current digital currency does not have a legal framework and the exchange does not require authorization. However, since the legal currency is involved, the Central Bank requires the exchange operator to submit capital flow data related to the company’s operations and comply with anti-money laundering and strikes. Funding terrorism law. The central bank has revealed that it is evaluating the implementation of technology through local banks.