The Bank of Japan comments on central bank digital currencies and a Bank of China former official says they are “inevitable”

Masayoshi Amamiya, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan (BOJ), made some cautious but intriguing remarks at the IMF-JFSA-BOJ Conference on FinTech last week. He mentioned some stalwarts like big data and cybersecurity, but things got interesting at the end when he discussed central bank digital currencies. The BOJ isn’t there yet, but Japanese central bankers are considering what would happen if and when such a move could occur.
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