Bahamas central bank governor: After Hurricane Dorian, he is considering using digital currency and other technologies to pay to the affected islands

According to The Nassau Guardian, John Rolle, Governor of the Central Bank of the Bahamas, said yesterday that after the Hurricane Dorian, the Central Bank of the Bahamas is considering how to use technology to pay more quickly to hurricane-affected islands, and digital currencies are being considered more closely. . Rolle said: "You don't have to ship digital currency to various places and businesses; you don't need to hire armored vehicles to store digital currency. So when you see what the central bank is trying to do with digital currency, you will find out how to plan for a hurricane. There is a huge opportunity for recovery in the damaged economic zone.” However, Rolle also stressed that even with digital currency, the infrastructure needed to consume digital currency needs to be in place.