Congress investigates the implications of digitizing the dollar — 6/15/21

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The House Financial Services Committee Task Force on Financial Technology holds a hearing on the technological infrastructure, privacy and financial inclusion implications of central bank digital currencies. Witnesses testifying at the hearing include Carmelle Cadet, founder and CEO of EMTECH, Jonathan Dharmapalan, founder and CEO of eCurrency, Rohan Grey, assistant professor of law at Willamette University, Dr. Neha Narula, director of the Digital Currency Initiative at MIT Media Lab, and Dr. Jenny Gesley, foreign law specialist at Library of Congress.

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Congress investigates the implications of digitizing the dollar — 6/15/21

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