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Guys, I'm new here. I am writing an article to explain cryptocurrencies. One of the requested objectives would be, if possible, to convey meanings in the physical world, for those who assume the role in cryptocurrency. Could you help me? I think it will be very useful for the forum to discuss this as well. Thanks.

Who plays the equivalent role, or when there is no equivalent, why?


world trade regulatory organizations =
world bank =
central bank =
national trade regulatory organizations =
mint =
paper money =
government =
government ministries =
tax =
bank =
bank account =
tariff =
money =
physical wallet =
application =
interest =
contract =
notary =
investor =
creditor =
shareholder =
stock market =
currency exchange =
national economic risks =
global economic risks =
scarcity (capitalism) =

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