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China hands out $1.5 million of its digital currency in one of the country's biggest public tests

Last week, the government in Shenzhen carried out a lottery to give away a total of 10 million yuan (about $1.5 million) worth of the digital currency. The winners can now download a digital renminbi app to receive the digital yuan and spend it at over 3,
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