Governor Raúl Jalil has submitted a formal proposal to President Alberto Fernandez to consider creating a digital peso for Argentina.
if they indeed mean decentralized distributed digital currency (just like bitcoin) then restrictions/rules on making more of them is part of distributed protocol.You don't even need to print anything to make more of them
They don't.if they indeed mean decentralized distributed digital currency (just like bitcoin)
The whole system is based here on printing money and giving them to the right people to secure their support for the next elections. Embracing a properly decentralized digital currency would completely undermine it.... an Argentine digital peso would make no attempt to even appear decentralized.