A man signs up to pay with the e-yuan, China’s digital currency, at an expo in Hainan on May 8. Photo: Xinhua
A man signs up to pay with the e-yuan, China’s digital currency, at an expo in Hainan on May 8. Photo: Xinhua
Tomasz Wieladek
Opinion

Opinion

Tomasz Wieladek and Aadish Kumar

How the digital currency revolution can boost financial inclusion and investment

  • As central banks pursue launching their own digital currencies, avenues to bring unbanked people into the financial system will increase
  • More access to bank accounts will mean more savings available for investment, making developing countries less dependent on foreign capital

A man signs up to pay with the e-yuan, China’s digital currency, at an expo in Hainan on May 8. Photo: Xinhua
A man signs up to pay with the e-yuan, China’s digital currency, at an expo in Hainan on May 8. Photo: Xinhua
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