The Potential Impact of Decentralized Virtual Currency on Monetary Policy
Gina Pieters ()
Annual Report, Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute, 2016, 20-25
Electronic money is a broad term for any money, currency or asset not held in physical form—it can include representations of a sovereign currency or claims on a realworld good.
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