Real Currency

Real Currency

The purchasing power in today's currency of future nominal currency to be disbursed or received.

Real Currency

A currency expressed in terms adjusted for inflation. See also: Real, Nominal.
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I believe cryptocurrencies are more like an imaginary symbol because they don't work as a means of real currency," Park told reporters.
In an ICO, a percentage of the total available virtual currency is sold to interested buyers in exchange for real currency, a virtual currency and another asset or security.
Cowan said the fakes appear to be good quality and not easily detectable from real currency.
Even at current scale - fewer than 400,000 transactions a day, a tiny number for a real currency - it's slow and expensive.
The IRS considers a virtual currency not to be a real currency, even though it acts like one.
It'll be working on litecoin when we feel the software has reached a point where we feel comfortable with people using amounts of real currency.
The uncertainty has weakened the real currency against the dollar and depressed stocks on the Sao Paulo bourse in recent days.
If virtual currency is not real currency, the IRS says, then it must be treated as property for tax purposes.
Virtual currency is a medium of exchange that operates like a currency in some environments, but does not have all the attributes of real currency.
Sure, we're all in the real estate business, but our real currency is our teams, and what they experience in our companies is a critical factor.
12) Its lack of legal tender status and the fact that it is not tied to a currency with legal tender status is what differentiates virtual currency from real currency and e-money.