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Electronic money is an expression used to define units of payment stored in an electronic device or memory, such as a telephone card, but it is not the equivalent of scriptural money (bank notes) because electronic money is only accepted by its issuer in exchange of goods or services. Additionally it is not recognized as real money by the financial authorities, you cannot go to a bank in order to cash out your phone card’s value. Digital money is the equivalent of scriptural money. It is the money used by banks in their electronic accounting systems and it is recognized by central banks and governments, it is the digital ...
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