UK government and Bank of England says a CBDC will be needed in the not-too-distant future

Another G-7 economy, the UK, took a big step toward adopting a CBDC. At the same time, the first largish economy to have launched a CBDC, Nigeria, descends further into financial chaos.

One of the world’s oldest central banks, the Bank of England (“BoE”), and the British government jointly confirmed that a digital pound would probably be necessary at some point in the none-too-distant future. While they were saying that, lengthy queues were forming at ATMs across Nigeria, the first largish economy to launch a CBDC, as most Nigerians struggle to access physical money following the government’s disastrous demonetisation campaign.

More at the source: The Exposé

Starting at 07:14 minutes, the following video simulates more possible future steps to come (click image for popup video or title for to go to the full page):

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