noun: [Statutory] the official currency issued by a nation, government or national (central) bank.
noun: [Constitutional] silver and gold coin.

Thomas Jefferson
"The whole visionary fabric vanishes into air and shews that paper is poverty, that it is only the ghost of money, and not money itself." [Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Edward Carrington (27 May 1788)]

All this is more or less irrelevant, however, because the preliminary work has now reached a point where these difficulties will somehow yet be overcome, because the whole thing can be looked at from many angles. Moreover, because no responsibility must be carried for this indubitably fantastic affair, some will therefore participate when nothing is risked by doing so, because everything will be honestly and properly paid for, which even these days, when money is nothing more than a scrap of more or less beautifully printed paper, is a normal incentive for those, who gladly accumulate funds for their future leisure or out of sheer passion to succeed. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Economy Founded on Reactively Produced Energy]

See Also

Commemorative Medallions
exchange rate
Unincorporated Business Trust

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