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e-cash

[ ee-kash ]
/ ˈiˌkæʃ /
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noun Digital Technology.
money that is exchanged electronically over computer or telecommunications networks.
any of various systems of payment for purchases made on the internet.
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Origin of e-cash

First recorded in 1990–95; e-2 + cash1
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