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It also explains how the finance unit provides “banking and currency support”:
Stuart Card, PhD and Chief Scientist of Critical Technologies describes Critical in his LinkedIn profile:
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The authors explore factors influencing digital currency exchange rates, which they write include existing demand for payments, the day-to-day moves of market speculators and the belief among some buy... Read More
As the report notes:
"While the majority of respondents were not prepared to commit to a specific timeframe, 10 FMIs put their expected time to rollout at less than three years," the report said.
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Dubbed the Bitcoin Omnibus Survey (BTCO
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