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Q&A: Sveriges Riksbank on the ‘e-krona’ project

Sweden’s central bank - Sveriges Riksbank - is investigating the possible issuance of a digital complement to cash, which it has termed the ‘e-krona,’ to address some of the problems facing the payments market as Sweden continues to reduce its use of cash. The Riksbank published its first interim report on the concept of the e-krona in September 2017. Simon Fuller spoke to Eva Julin, Project Manager of the e-krona project, and Frida Erlandsson, Coordinator for the project, about e-krona, how it could work in practice, and the Riksbank’s findings so far.

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