Cryptocoin vs. Government. Approve it or not?

in #feon4 years ago

Cryptocurrencies are a prime example of the struggle of old versus new, of revolutions and resistance, as digital coins challenge people’s ideas of what is possible. With crypto mania sweeping the world, a handful of countries have stirred at the possibility of issuing their own virtual currencies based on blockchain. Governments around the world — including the U.S., Russia, China, Canada, Venezuela, Estonia, Sweden, and Uruguay — are either actively working on some form of digital currency or exploring the topic.
Venezuela’s president is pitching a proposed virtual currency each unit of which would be backed by one barrel of oil. Russia’s central bank plans to talk to countries including Brazil, China, and India about creating a supra-cryptocurrency that could cover countries with 40 percent of the world’s population. People’s Bank of China wrote an article broaching the possibility of a digital currency it would issue with Chinese commercial institutions. In Sweden, where use of cash is vanishing, the central bank is investigating issuing its own digital currency, the E-krona, out of concern that widespread use of other virtual currencies controlled by private actors could harm competitiveness.
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