What is Currency?
Currency is a form of payment for goods and services. In a nutshell, it is money in the form of paper and coins that is normally issued by a government and is generally accepted as a form of payment at face value
Currency has long since supplanted bartering as a means of transferring goods and services as the principal medium of exchange in the modern world.
A new type of currency has entered the vocabulary and arena of transaction in the twenty-first century: virtual currency, sometimes known as cryptocurrency. In the United States, virtual currencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum have no physical form or official backing. They are traded and stored digitally.
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