Electronic Money (commonly abbreviated e-money) and Bitcoin are two systems for making payments that are digital in nature. Both are catalysts in the mobile payments revolution, but that is where their similarities end.
In reality, the two systems are extremely different. Today’s infographic sums up the major points to consider when thinking about these ideas.
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Explained: The Differences Between Electronic Money And Bitcoin
Infographic source: CGAP