Digital currencies will not replace physical money soon: Bank of Japan official

TOKYO (Reuters) – Financial technology is fast revolutionizing the banking industry but digital currencies will not replace physical money any time soon, a senior Bank of Japan (BOJ) official said on Wednesday. “It’s too far off,” Hiromi Yamaoka …
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