Incoming BoE Deputy Governor Discusses Crypto’s Value and Risks

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The incoming deputy governor of financial stability at the Bank of England (BoE) has said that crypto does not yet pose much of a risk to financial stability.
During a hearing held by Parliament’s Treasury Committee, Sarah Breeden, set to assume her new role on November 1, discussed the value and risks associated with cryptocurrencies.
Breeden emphasized the potential benefits of the underlying technology while also cautioning about the risks posed by cryptocurrencies….
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