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Cryptoassets, CBDC, and Privacy are Major Priorities for ETA's Public Policy Agenda for 2022

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) released its 2022 policy priorities, highlighting the issues that are most relevant to ensuring that the digital payments industry is able to continue to provide efficient, secure payments services that benefit consumers.A 
Cryptoassets, CBDC, and Privacy are Major Priorities for ETA's Public Policy Agenda for 2022
"The digital payments industry is one of the most innovative, dynamic, competitive industries that exists today, leveraging a sophisticated, interconnected infrastructure to deliver financial products and services that benefit consumers, businesses, and the American economy," said ETA CEO Jodie Kelley."As the voice of the digital payments industry, ETA looks forward to continuing to advocate before policymakers in Washington, D.C., across the 50 states, and in Canada to strengthen the ability of the industry to provide innovative, secure, and robust ways for consumers to receive, hold and spend their money."ETA's 2022 public policy priorities include:A A 
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