In a world of ever-increasing digitalisation, payment methods are subject to unprecedented evolution, from traditional banking infrastructure to revolutionary cryptography, and ‘stablecoins’ that make cryptocurrencies a reality on the ground. Will Central Bank Digital Currencies be the tipping point at which telco customers will increasingly begin to pay cryptographically? Musaddik Ahmed investigates.
In a previous blog, we spoke about Facebook’s foray into the metaverse, and how the tech giant’s focus on digital assets has jolted central banks into planning digital money.
Google Cloud, Telefónica and AT&T already accept crypto payments, yet, the idea of someone paying their connectivity bills using cryptocurrency still sounds bizarre. The emergence of Central Bank Digital Currencies is set to change this.
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