There is more and more talk about cryptocurrencies and/or digital currencies. And to face this financial panorama that they call uncontrolled and unregulated, some countries are also creating their digital currencies.
In this sense, in our weekly question, we wanted to know the opinion of our readers about the possibility of Portugal having its own digital currency. Let’s know all the results.
Should Portugal also have its own digital currency?
After last week's loss, the disclosure of all results follows through the analysis of the 1,750 responses parts.
Through the quantitative analysis of the results, it is verified that the majority of readers, with 61% of the votes, say that Portugal should not also have its own digital currency. (1064 votes).
In turn, only the remaining 39% answered affirmatively to our question from last week. In other words, consider that our country Should bet on having your digital money (686 votes).
For a better visual perception, then follow the graph with the results:
Some countries are creating their own digital currency. China already has its digital yuan and, more recently, Nigeria also announced that it will create its eNaira currency.
According to the comments chosen by us, some readers indicated that "digital coins have a 100% chance of losing all the money and still paying for it.". There are also fraud schemes that this system can promote given the lack of religion.
There are also those who compare the digital system with the traditional one and do not find great differences in terms of risks, giving examples of hypotheses of failures of popular banks and the impact that this had on customers.
But if you didn't answer our question, then tell us if Portugal should also have its own digital currency.
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