Japanese don’t need digital currency as they love cash, BOJ says

Cash is still king in Japan, and that means that the central bank doesn’t see a need to mint a digital currency for now, according to the head of the FinTech Center at the Bank of Japan. “We aren’t at the stage of considering issuing a digital …
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