69. What is the difference between the pricing mechanisms of the U.S. dollar and DW20?

Answer: The U.S. dollar has an issuing department, the Federal Reserve, but the Federal Reserve does not price the U.S. dollar directly. The pricing of the U.S. dollar is distributed; that is, it is determined by the market. DW20 does not have an issuing entity like the Federal Reserve. It mainly relies on mortgage issuance to correspond to the currency settlement volume in trade and issues as much as needed.

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