There have always been complicated views concerning cryptocurrency since its inception because of the revolutionary way that it changes the world's financial landscape. For over a decade, most of the blockchain technology experts have worked on their own private spheres and have devoted their knowledge on the creation of decentralized platforms that are devoid of the limiting features that are existent of traditional banks and financial institutions of today.
However, because of both the potential and threat posed by cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology to mainstream financial structures, governments, and international organizations are considering various moves to remain significant in the present and coming eras.
IMF and World Bank's Learning Coin is not a real cryptocurrency per se. It has no corresponding monetary value in terms of dollars or in any other fiat. Only the personnel of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank can access the Learning Coin app where they can watch videos, access research publications, read blogs, and see presentations. Every time they make a step further to learn more about crypto and blockchain, the staff would be earning digital assets that can be converted into a unique kind of rewards from their own organization.
Although such digital assets are of still of quasi-crypto character, there can be much optimism from the latest development in these international organizations. Who knows, this might be a trigger for the worldwide adoption of cryptocurrencies…