Swedish central bank Riksbank is exploring the idea of a 'digital currency'. The system could save tourists a trip to the currency exchange desk. Sweden is seeing a huge decline in the use of traditional notes and coins.
Changing money is one of the more irksome tasks we have to tackle before going on holiday - but Sweden might soon be making it much smoother.
Riksbank, the world's oldest central bank, has announced that it's exploring the concept of a 'digital currency' to accompany its Swedish kroner notes, which could ultimately save tourists a trip to the currency exchange desk.
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