DIGITAL CURRENCY

DIGITAL CURRENCY

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  1. Sheets of Lincoln five dollar bill are fanned out at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washin

    The role of sovereign digital currencies in the future of money

    Cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin have been making the headlines for their sharp price movements, but they are not the only digital currencies to ...
  2. Bitcoin’s Wild Ride
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    23:44minutes

    Ep 34: Bitcoin’s Wild Ride

    As the rollercoaster ride continues, could the Bitcoin boom turn to bust? Also, China's big tech is under scrutiny. Will investors feel the pinch?
  3. Property Outlook
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    23:38minutes

    Ep 32: Property Outlook

    Will the Singapore property market maintain its momentum in 2021? Digital currency backed by central banks - is it ready to go mainstream? Plus, ...
  4. Ep 2
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    47:21minutes

    Ep 2: Fallout

    Who suffers when superpowers clash? Meet the people caught in between, the companies struggling, and visit the places stuck in limbo, as US and ...
  5. New Deal
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    23:41minutes

    Ep 8: New Deal

    The dollars and cents of the dormitory business model in the post-COVID world. Seeding a food-resilient future for Singapore, despite supply chain ...
  6. China's has the world's largest foreign-exchange reserves

    Commentary: China's new digital currency is a bit of hot air

    China’s central bank digital currency, trialled in four cities and soon to be expanded to Beijing, Tianjin, Hong Kong and Macau, will not be a ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Libra logo in illustration picture

    European governments move to veto Facebook's digital money

    Major European players are joining forces to block Facebook's proposed digital currency because of the dangers it poses to national sovereignty, ...
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    Commentary: Why policymakers should fear Facebook’s Libra

    Calling for an immediate halt to Facebook’s Libra may not be the right move either, says former Chief Economist of the World Bank, Kaushik Basu.