What is the difference between digital currency and cryptocurrency?
An example of cryptocurrency would be Bitcoin. It uses blockchain technology which limits the number of unique copies of Bitcoin in circulation. It is not regulated. Acceptance of the currency is still limited. It is highly speculative.
Digital currencies are digital versions of national currencies created by the respective country’s central banks using blockchain technology. As such, they are limited copies and The Central bank cannot inject new copies. Their values are pegged to the traditional currencies’ value and regulated by the respective central bank.