#230 IMF & World Bank: Central Banks *May/Will* Issue Digital Currencies? (Bloomberg, Grayscale, CBDC’s & Bitcoin-BTC) ♥
While #Grayscale has over $2.7 billion invested, in assets under management, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Stellar, Ethereum Classic, XRP & Zcash, …the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is predicting central banks may issue digital currencies, (according to a survey-report via the #IMF & #WorldBank conducted (from financial institutions within all member countries). New monetary experiments are happening, (such As Bitcoin Blockchain, and Bomb Tokens on Ethereum). Now, they must admit Bitcoin (and Crypto) is here to stay. Let’s Discuss!
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