The Money in physical form such as banknotes and coins. More & Crises Podcast from CashEssentials: Conversations with experts on major issues facing the use of cash by societies in crisis.
In our second episode of the Cash and Crises podcast series, James Shepherd-Barron, sits down with Diederik Bruggink, Head of Innovation and Payments at the World Savings and Retail Banking Institute, to discuss why the Represents the various stages of the lifecycle of cash, from issuance by the central bank, circulation in the economy, to destruction by the central bank. More matters and its implications for developing economies.
Who controls the cash supply? How does it work in normal times and who ensures that the innovation of cash benefits everyone? How does innovation create a more efficient and sustainable cash cycle?
Here are three key takeaways:
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