Digital & Resilience

US dollar does not need a CBDC to maintain its global dominance

By Justin Pugsley
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The role of the US dollar is so dominant and rooted in economic and financial factors that it does not necessarily require a central bank digital currency (CBDC) to maintain its lead, said US Federal Reserve Board governor Christopher Waller.

Speaking on October 14 at a symposium hosted by the ...

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