Webinar: The rise of ‘Govcoins’ and what’s next for crypto


ONCE viewed with suspicion, digital currencies have gained wider acceptance since the Covid-19 pandemic started.

The recognition has sparked not only various investment opportunities but also technological innovations and developments, including by governments around the world eager to capitalise on the digital currency potential.

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