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What are central bank digital currencies?

More than 100 countries are exploring central bank digital currencies. Image: Unsplash/Etienne Martin

Victoria Masterson

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A growing number of central banks, like the European Central Bank, are exploring central bank digital currencies.
A growing number of central banks, like the European Central Bank, are exploring central bank digital currencies. Image: European Central Bank

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