DNB survey finds 49% of respondents ready to use digital euro

Digital euro

About half of Dutch citizens would be willing to open an account for digital euros at the central bank, a Netherlands Bank survey finds.

The DNB survey, published on April 22, finds that 49% of a representative sample of citizens would be willing to have a digital euro account.

The DNB is co-operating with the European Central Bank researching the possibility of issuing a central bank digital currency (CBDC) for the eurozone. The ECB’s governing council is expected to decide whether to open a

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