Physical Money Is Here To Stay – For Now, Says Bank Of Japan

Digital currencies are growing in popularity but, in terms of replacing physical money, that isn’t going to happen anytime soon. That’s according to Hiromi Yamaoka, head of the Bank of Japan’s payment and settlement systems department, who made those …
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