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In money Emission the Russia state will keep ‘Centralized Role’ by top Bank

Foresee governments “yielding their centralized role” in fiat currency creation as part of his comments on cryptocurrency said by Herman Gref the CEO of Russia’s largest state bank Sberbank.

On 4th July in the Astana Finance Days international conference while speaking in the Kazakhstan capital during the reporters spoke and Sberbank Herman Gref repeated the comments he has made “many times” about crypto assets’ future role in the economy.

“Do I see a prospect of the global use of cryptocurrencies as an alternative to fiat money? I don’t see it and I said it many times,” he said.

“I don’t think that the state is ready to yield its centralized role in an emission of fiat currency to some other decentralized institutions.”

This week because of new legislation becoming law which cements cryptocurrency as of legal tender of a separate class of assets devoid of the status. Gref’s words have broad;y reflected the transformation of cryptocurrency’s regulatory.

A crypto-based investment fund last month, Sberbank has nonetheless begun in its crypto interaction in the run- up and the new regulated era.

The local news outlet Kommersant he “wouldn’t recommend [buying cryptocurrency] to anyone who does not like playing at a casino.” and Greg means that to come out of a bearish problem of the market we need to work on it.


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