/ 7 April 2022

Reserve Bank mulls the future of money in the digital age

Closing Day Of The World Economic Forum (wef) 2020
Lesetja Kganyago, governor of South Africa's Reserve Bank. (Gem Atkinson/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Distributed ledger technology, most commonly used to trade and store cryptocurrencies, could have a massive impact on the traditional financial system

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