Deputy Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, Natalie Haynes is assuring Jamaicans who subscribe to the Central Bank’s Digital Currency, JAMDEX, system that their data will be protected.

JAMDEX forms part of the government’s economic digital transformation efforts.

It will be a legal tender and will allow for remote transfer of funds digitally.

Brand and Communications Manager for LYNK, Kemoi Burke says come May, a digital wallet for JAMDEX will be listed on its platform.

He explained that the process to download LYNK is very simple.

The LYNK brand and communications manager says the platform augurs well for financial inclusion.

Kemoi Burke, Brand and Communications Manager for LYNK, speaking on Nationwide This Morning with Ricardo Brooks and Wayne Walker.

In the meantime, the Deputy Governor of the BOJ Natalie Haynes says the Central Bank is still having a challenge getting other Banks on board  to offer JAMDEX.

Natalie Haynes, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Jamaica.