Corpus ID: 158600162

Central bank digital currency

@inproceedings{Grym2017CentralBD,
  title={Central bank digital currency},
  author={Aleksi Grym and P. Heikkinen and K. Kauko and K. Takala},
  year={2017}
}
Central banks have traditionally issued cash to the general public. With digitalisation, banknotes are becoming a technically outdated payment instrument, and some central banks have explored the possibility of central bank-issued electronic money applicable to retail payments. Electronic central bank money would offer the public the possibility to hold central bank money in a potentially cashless future. In its present form, blockchain technology would probably not be a suitable solution… Expand
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