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The Bank of England and the Treasury are to launch a formal consultation on a UK central bank digital currency. The currency, for use by households and businesses, would sit alongside cash and bank deposits, rather than replacing them. The consultation in 2022 will form part of a "research and exploration" phase, evaluating its design and benefits, the BBC reported.

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