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This digital currency could build a more sustainable global economy

A price-stable, asset-linked digital currency could make global remittances much cheaper Image: REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

John Liu

chief product officer, Fusion Foundation

Peter Lyons

Senior Adviser, Emerging Technologies, Lapa Capital

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