Is a government-based crypto prone to injecting fraudulent transactions into the blockchain and outcompete others in the network? Will the government based crypto be reliable?

If under ‘government based crypto’ we mean central bank digital currencies / CBDCs then there is no network of nodes and no one to compete with.

There is a centralized digital ledger which may or may not be a blockchain, and for the sake of speed and availability it may be mirrored.

Regarding fraudulent transactions - as the system is centralized it will be difficult to insert such transactions, and will be easy to reverse these transactions.

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