When it comes to developing central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), the international focus has been on China, Europe and North America – but it appears that one small Caribbean nation has stolen a march on both Asia and the West, with a digital currency to be issued next week already being lined up for use in international transactions.
Per the Nassau Guardian, the
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