Joel Toledano (University Professor of Economics, member of the Department of Management and Regulation of the Paris-Dauphine University)Jean-Marc Vittori
Money today is coins, banknotes, checks and everything that goes through our credit cards and bank accounts. Whether we pay by contact or contactless, our money is already largely digitized. But this does not mean that our currencies are, strictly speaking, digital. However, they are in the process of unification, and this transformation brings with it many social problems. But we don’t talk about it.
Of course, we oppose each other a lot – every drop or rise in the price of a cryptocurrency is an opportunity for one or the other to activate each other – but we do not try to solve the problems posed and do not define a common vision. We stick where others advance their pawns.