Opinion | Does the End of Cash Mean the End of Privacy?
As a Treasury-issued currency, Ecash would not be a central bank digital currency of the kind being tested around the world. I think it’s an interesting idea and a good step forward in the process of digitized money,” Scott Talbott, the senior vice president of the Electronic Transactions Association, a trade group of payment processors, told me, without endorsing the approach. In reality, “multigenerational living has grown sharply in the U.S. over the past five decades and shows no sign of peaking,” the Pew Research Center wrote in a March 24 report.
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