Cryptocurrencies “Too Far Off” to Kill Physical Cash: Bank of Japan Official

The head of the Japanese central bank’s payments department doesn’t see digital currencies like bitcoin replacing physical cash anytime in the near future. Speaking at a FinTech forum in Tokyo on Wednesday, Bank of Japan (BOJ) senior official Hiromi …
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