Riksbank reports positive feedback on second e-krona report

Central bank argues electronic currency would protect access to state-guaranteed money

Sveriges Riksbank
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Sveriges Riksbank today (March 20) published positive feedback from Swedish institutions on its second report analysing the introduction of a central bank digital currency or “e-krona”.

In total, 20 institutions and organisations – including Sweden’s financial regulator, Finansinspektionen, the National Debt Office and the national tax agency – have assessed the e-krona report.

In addition to sharing their views on the project, most entities think there should be a government inquiry into the

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