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Central banks and digital currencies - speech by Ben Broadbent
Speech given at London School of Economics.
02 March 2016
In a speech delivered at the London School of Economics, Ben Broadbent outlines the importance of innovations in digital currencies – and what the economic implications of central banks introducing their own might be.