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Here's how you'd buy a Mountain Dew and a Slim Jim with digital cash.
People without access to a regular bank account might be able to have one with the Fed, but that also raises privacy concerns.
The Federal Reserve is thinking about a central bank digital currency for the U.S., which would be less volatile than Bitcoin.
Laura Shin, one of the first reporters to cover crypto-assets full time, says Bitcoin's "the most fascinating thing" she's watched.
A leading European investor and a business analyst in Asia share their predictions for a post-coronavirus world.
Let's define the jargon.