Currency

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Currency is a physical medium of exchange, typically represented in modern times by government-printed paper notes (bills) and government-minted coins. It is a common instance of money.

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  • So let me put this plainly, in terms any American taxpayer can understand: Would you rather switch to dollar coins, or would you rather have your taxes increased by $183.3 million to pay the price of nostalgia?
    • On proposed plans to replace short-lived U.S. $1 bills with long-lasting dollar coins to save money
    • Rich Smith, "Why the U.S. Should Get Rid of the $1 Bill", DailyFinance.com (AOL), 2 February 2012

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