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Author Topic: [2016-08-26] Japanese and South African Central Banks Warm to Blockchain  (Read 231 times)
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August 26, 2016, 04:28:04 PM
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Central banks across the world have shown increasing interest in blockchain technology. Leading nations and governments, in particular, have announced their intentions to develop blockchain-based platforms to carry out autonomous operations that could optimize the efficiency of various government activities.

The Bank of Japan and the Reserve Bank of South Africa are the latest monetary authorities to express their optimism towards the blockchain technology and its potential impact on finance...

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https://btcmanager.com/news/japanese-and-south-african-central-banks-warm-to-blockchain/










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August 26, 2016, 04:54:50 PM
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Now that Central banks are accepting blockchain, it's just a matter of time before they replace fiat with crypto altogether!

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I tip my hat to these open-minded governments  Wink They can see the opportunities of this technology, for example extra tourist income and increased tax income from businesses that relocate to the

countries that are Bitcoin friendly. It also creates jobs and these countries needs these jobs to stimulate their economy. We are talking about rent income too for the buildings these Bitcoin companies

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