Report: Japan’s Largest Bank to Test Its Digital Currency Next Year

Japan’s biggest bank, and the world’s fourth largest, is reportedly planning to launch a large-scale trial of its own digital currency as early as next year. According to a report fromHK, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group has plans to conduct a test of …
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