Deutsche Bank recommends the implementation of CBDC in the European Union

Germany's largest bank, Deutsche Bank, recently published a study called "What we must do to Rebuild”, Which contains economic estimates and proposals to reactivate global economies hit by the crisis resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic. In this regard, it has been pointed out that the context we are facing has accelerated the “digital cash revolution”, making mention of the digital yuan in China and the e-krona in Sweden.

In this sense, the Deutsche Bank asked governments and private companies to design alternatives to credit cards and eliminate the fees of intermediaries, in order to have a higher priority in regional digital payment systems, as indicated Cointelegraph.

In addition, the aforementioned bank indicates in the study that it is necessary for Europe to develop a digital currency solution to strengthen the euro and the existing geopolitical situation, since otherwise companies would be forced to adopt digital currencies and the policies of others. countries.

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