Lithuania to launch ‘digital’ commemorative coin

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The Bank of Lithuania is planning to launch a “digital” commemorative coin, which would make it the first central bank in the world to embark upon such an initiative.

In a statement published today (March 7), the central bank says it will release a “one-of-a-kind digital collector coin” using blockchain – or similar – technology.

“Many challenges are upon us, yet we hope that, having overcome any hurdles that may come our way, we will make our plans a reality before the end of the year,” says

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