Economic researchers at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy have identified digital currencies issued by a central bank as an opportunity for a more stable financial system, while at the same time rejecting cryptocurrencies, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch reports today, June 27. The Kiel researchers distinguish digital or virtual currencies from cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin […]
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