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  • People trust digital money from banks over tech brands
  • People trust digital money from banks over tech brands
    Christiann Koepke (2019) ©
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People trust digital money from banks over tech brands

A study has found that a majority of people worldwide wouldn’t welcome digital currencies issued by major internet tech companies, such as Facebook’s Libra. As scandal-beleaguered tech companies look to launch into finance, they’ll have to work hard to earn trust.

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