Bank of England Governor Mark Carney spent more than an hour online fielding questions from the public on topics including Brexit and cryptocurrencies. His responses reveal that the BoE is prepared for any Brexit outcome, that the central bank does not plan to abolish cash and that bitcoin is failing to establish itself as a credible currency because it is a poor store of value.
Carney discusses Brexit, other issues in online Q&A
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