• Central banks' digital currencies must not harm their monetary mission - and must complement cash, G7 finance leaders say

    13 days ago - By Business Insider

    G7 foreign ministers.
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    Central banks' digital currencies must support and "do no harm" to their monetary mission, G7 finance leaders said.
    If issued, CBDCs would coexist with cash and must contribute to a secure financial ecosystem, they said Wednesday.
    These currencies should meet rigorous standards of privacy and be energy-efficient, they added.
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