ING’s Chief Economist Predicts Central Bank Digital Currencies in 2-3 Years (13/14)

“Dutch bank ING’s chief economist has said “fully fledged” digital currencies will developed by central banks in just two to three years.

Mark Cliffemight, speaking in an ING video published recently, argued that the Facebook-led Libra cryptocurrency project is putting pressure on monetary authorities. With Libra slated for launch in 2020, central banks “would have” to make a move in that timeline.”

Source: coindesk.com

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