The Beijing Olympics marked the international debut of China's digital currency. The electronic yuan was rolled out for tests at the sporting venue. NHK World's Yanaka Marie spoke to experts (Kiuchi Takahide, Executive Economist at Nomura Research Institute, and Yaya Fanusie, Adjunct Senior Fellow at Center for a New American Security), who say the new legal tender may challenge the status quo.
Listen to the full video from NHK World-Japan.
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