Most Germans would use digital euro – Bundesbank

Privacy, sturdiness and offline functionality among top concerns, survey finds

Digital euro

Over half of Germans surveyed for the Deutsche Bundesbank said they could generally imagine using a digital euro.

Some 59% of those surveyed said they were open to using it as an additional payments option, the central bank said on June 4.

More than 75% of respondents said privacy was “important or very important” when it comes to the digital currency. Another 72% said it was important for the digital euro to be based on a European infrastructure “so it can function independently of global

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