Digital Currency Is Going Mainstream

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Digital Currency Is Going Mainstream

The e-dollar is coming and it’s up to big banks to either lead or follow.

Once seen as edgy and alternative, cryptocurrency now seems like a global inevitability. Initially, banks were unwilling to disrupt themselves with technology that would enable customers to work around them. But now the race is on to embrace the change on their own terms.

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