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Education – Beginners
Money rules the world; that is an indisputable fact. Money, money, money… We either own it or spend our whole lives looking for it. But what exactly is money, and where does it come from?
Money existed in the past and also exists today in various forms. Practically anything people generally consider a means of exchange can be regarded as money. People in distinct historical periods used different forms of money.
Money possesses three primary functions. Do you know, what are they?
From the English current = in circulation, the term currency is a generally accepted form of money or medium of exchange occurring in any form. What does it include?
The term has nothing to do with an Italian elegant on four wheels well known for its unreliability. Do you know, what does it mean?
A central bank is a public institution and has an important role in the economy of each country. What role is it?
Maybe you asked yourself the same question – what exactly is cryptocurrency?
You probably know, what was the first cryptocurrency, but do you know why and how it was created?
The number of cryptocurrencies is growing every day. However, they vary greatly from a real store of value to so called scam coins.
Decentralization is a fashionable term, a buzzword of these days, but what does it mean in practice?
Are you wondering why cryptocurrencies are becoming popular and attracting more and more attention from institutional investors?
The use of cryptocurrencies is currently a hot debate topic. So how can you use them?
New forms of currencies include cryptocurrencies, digital currencies and virtual currencies. Many people tend to confuse or put these terms on the same level, but they significantly differ. Do you know how?
The legendary Bitcoin has been gradually complemented by more and more projects, which often operate on completely different principles. As a result, internal differentiation has become more pronounced, with the umbrella term cryptocurrency encompassing projects that are miles apart.
Do you know the difference between inflation and stagflation and how they relate to interest rates and quantitative easing?