One of the world's first central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) is experiencing serious growing pains.

DCash—a digital version of the Eastern Caribbean dollar used by seven small nations—has been offline for more than a month, and it could take several more days to fully restore service, bank officials said.

The DCash crash is shining a light on some of the technical challenges governments face as they consider embracing sovereign e-currencies.

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