Virtual Currencies and Beyond; Initial Considerations
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KeywordsCurrencies; Money; Payment systems; Technological innovation; Monetary policy; Financial stability; Anti-money laundering; Combating the financing of terrorism; International cooperation; Virtual currencies; cryptocurrencies; payment technology; distributed ledger; blockchain; financial innovation; financial efficiency; financial inclusion; AML/CFT; consumer protection; tax evasion; exchange controls; capital flows management; financial regulation; financial stability; international cooperation; currencies; exchange; currency; goods; General; General; Government Policy and Regulation; Government Policy and Regulation; General; General; All Countries; Bitcoin; efficiency gains; regulatory challenges; consumer risk; tax treatment; circumvention of capital controls;
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