noun, plural cur·ren·cies.
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Example sentences from the Web for currency
Another approach, called “chain hopping,” moves the money through different cryptocurrencies and blockchains to get it away from Bitcoin—where every transaction is posted to a public ledger—and into other, more private currencies.
They are able to move through obscure currencies, but eventually they end in the same spot, which is moving it back to Bitcoin and through the over-the-counter market.
Projects like Libra and, especially, the digital yuan also pose significant privacy risks, as the networks on which the currencies travel can also track who is spending money and where.
The Mastercard initiative comes at a time of growing interest in digital currency among central banks.
The digital currency itself is just a small part of this ideal world.
Then the gift card is shopped online in a gray market to collect cold currency.The Insane $11 Billion Scam at Retailers’ Return Desks|M.L. Nestel|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Russia depends on oil exports for almost 70 percent of its foreign-currency earnings and almost 50 percent of its annual budget.
At currency auctions, it traded at around 64.45 rubles to the dollar and 78.8 to the euro.
Currency problems are procyclical, which is to say that they create their own momentum.
The Arabs offered the Nazis a haven, as well as a market for all their nefarious dealings in arms and black market currency.
It stands at one extreme of our currency, with a dollar of gold set aside behind each dollar of paper.
Between these two extremes the Federal Reserve note, a new form of currency, has been introduced.
But the sheer quantity of the inflated currency and false money forces prices higher still.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock
That is, a demand for more currency in the hands of the public could have been supplied by the bank, but was not.
But in one respect the currency notes helped to maintain the country's gold standard.
British Dictionary definitions for currency
noun plural -cies
- (formerly) the native-born Australians, as distinct from the British immigrants
- (as modifier)a currency lad
Word Origin for currency
Cultural definitions for currency
Any form of money in actual use as a medium of exchange.