You’ll Be Using Digital Currency Before You Know It

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You’ll Be Using Digital Currency Before You Know It

A seamless switch to cryptocurrency may be as easy as hitting accept on an app.

Global pressure to transition to e-money is pushing U.S. banks to do the same. Professor Darrell Duffie says there are still software and regulatory concerns to work though, but change is coming and consumers will hardly notice the difference.

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