Brazil’s Central Bank Says Nation Might Be Ready for a Digital Currency by 2022

Brazil’s Central Bank Says Nation Might Be Ready for a Digital Currency by 2022

Banco Central President Roberto Campos Neto says Brazil will have "all the ingredients" for a digital currency by 2022. (Marcos Oliveira/Agência Senado/Wikimedia Commons)

Brazil’s chief central banker Roberto Campos Neto said Wednesday that his country could be ready for a digital currency (CBDC) by 2022.

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