Mark Carney, the governor of the United Kingdom’s central bank – the Bank of England –  spoke on a recent panel in Stockholm on the future of central banking where he stated that he is open-minded about the idea of a central-bank-issued digital currency. Could this be a sign that Carney is re-thinking his previously anti-crypto views? A Softer Stance from the Bank of England According to a report from Bloomberg, while the governor admitted openness
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