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ECB President Christine Lagarde Pushes The Use of Digital Euro to Complement Cash

Christine Lagarde, the current president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has once again spoken in favor of the Digital Euro. In her recent interview with the L’ENA hors les murs magazine, Lagarde speaks about the future of money and why digitization is the way ahead. As we enter the digital age, the nature of

Christine Lagarde, the current president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has once again spoken in favor of the Digital Euro. In her recent interview with the L’ENA hors les murs magazine, Lagarde speaks about the future of money and why digitization is the way ahead. As we enter the digital age, the nature of

ECB President Christine Lagarde
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ECB President Christine Lagarde
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ECB President Invites Public Views on Potential Digital Euro

The President of the European Central Bank [ECB] Christine Lagarde requested public views and opinions on a potential central bank digital currency [CBDC] for the eurozone. Describing 2020 as a “difficult year”, Lagarde stated that despite the extraordinary events of the coronavirus crisis, Europe was moving towards a new model for dealing with crises. Her

The President of the European Central Bank [ECB] Christine Lagarde requested public views and opinions on a potential central bank digital currency [CBDC] for the eurozone. Describing 2020 as a “difficult year”, Lagarde stated that despite the extraordinary events of the coronavirus crisis, Europe was moving towards a new model for dealing with crises. Her

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bitcoin traders expect a bounce
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Why is this Distressing News from Deutsche Bank a Good Signal for Bitcoin?

On Sunday, Deutsche Bank announced that it would soon make significant cutbacks to its investment bank unit. Reportedly, about 20000 employees could lose their jobs in their process. On Friday, 5th July, the head of Investment Banking, Garth Ritchie, also announced his departure from the firm. New York and London offices of the largest Germany’s business

On Sunday, Deutsche Bank announced that it would soon make significant cutbacks to its investment bank unit. Reportedly, about 20000 employees could lose their jobs in their process. On Friday, 5th July, the head of Investment Banking, Garth Ritchie, also announced his departure from the firm. New York and London offices of the largest Germany’s business