Thailand has postponed its plan to distribute $15 billion worth of digital currency to its citizens. The program aimed to give each Thai citizen over the age of 16, 10,000 baht ($280) to stimulate the economy. The delay was caused by the need for a more secure system to protect funds and user data. The plan, which was intended to increase consumer spending and achieve 5% economic growth, has received mixed feedback. Some experts suggest targeting specific groups in need while others worry about potential adverse effects on the economy. The delay reflects the ongoing debate in Thailand about fund allocation and the risks associated with such a large-scale initiative.
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