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December 29, 2015, 08:22:39 PM
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Tunisia to Launch the eDinar, A Centralized Digital Currency

Since the announcement of the Monetas CEO Johann Gevers on December 28, there has been a growing misconception amongst bitcoin enthusiasts and readers at bitcoin forums regarding the state of the digital transformation of the national currency of Tunisia, eDinar.

According to Gevers, the crypto-finance solutions provider partnered with government agencies ...

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Love this part:

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Thus, the eDinar is centralized and strictly controlled by the central authority of Tunisia, making it no different from its existing cash-based financial system.

So, it is just a database.   And all of your transactions can be tracked.

How long until it is hacked?
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