Bank of Japan Expert Claims Digital Currency Will Not Replace Physical Money Just Yet

Hiromi Yamaoka believes digital currency solutions are not yet mature enough to replace physical money, even if the banking industry is increasingly looking to modern technology. Banking has been transformed over the last two decades, for customers and the …
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