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Digital currency is money that is only available in digital or electronic form, rather than in physical form.

 Digital money, electronic money, electronic currency, and cyber cash are all terms used to describe it.Digital currencies are electronic-only currencies that can only be accessed by computers or cell phones. Since digital currencies do not need an intermediary, they are often the most cost-effective way to exchange currencies.

 While all cryptocurrencies are digital currencies, they are not all crypto. Cryptocurrencies are exchanged through consumer sentiment and psychological triggers in price movement, whereas digital currencies are stable and traded with the markets.

Digital currencies are intangible, and they can only be owned and traded using computers or electronic wallets that are linked to the Internet or other designated networks. Physical currencies, such as banknotes and minted coins, on the other hand, are tangible, and transactions can only be done by those who possess them physically.

Digital currencies, like any other fiat currency, can be used to buy goods and pay for utilities, though they are limited in some online communities, such as gaming platforms, gambling websites, and social networks.When linked to supported devices and networks, digital currencies have many of the intrinsic properties of physical currency, and they allow for instantaneous transactions that can be seamlessly performed for making payments across borders.

For example, an American can send digital currency payments to a distant counterparty in Singapore as long as they are both linked to the same digital currency network.There are many benefits of using digital currencies.

 Payments in digital currencies are generally instantaneous and low-cost since they are made directly between the transacting parties without the use of intermediaries. 

When opposed to conventional payment methods that include banks or clearing houses, this performs better. Electronic transactions based on digital currencies often provide the requisite record-keeping and transparency.

Digital currencies can be thought of as a superset of virtual currencies and cryptocurrencies since they come in so many different forms.The “Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)” is a controlled type of digital currency issued by a country's central bank.

 Although the CBDC is just a term, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Uruguay are among the countries that have proposed launching a digital version of their national currencies.

A digital currency can exist in both regulated and unregulated forms, in addition to the regulated CBDC. Instead of being regulated by a centralized regulator, it qualifies as a virtual currency and may be under the control of the currency developer(s), the founding entity, or the given network protocol. Cryptocurrencies and voucher- or reward-based monetary schemes are examples of virtual currencies.

A cryptocurrency is a type of digital currency that employs cryptography to protect and verify transactions as well as manage and monitor the generation of new currency units. 

The most widely used cryptocurrencies are bitcoin and ethereum.In essence, virtual currencies and cryptocurrencies are all styles of digital currencies.Digital currencies have properties similar to conventional currencies, but unlike printed banknotes or minted coins, they do not have a physical shape.

 The lack of a physical form allows for near-instantaneous transactions over the internet and reduces the expense of transmitting notes and coins. 

Digital currencies are not considered legal tender because they are not issued by a government and enable ownership transfer across national borders.

Digital money may be centralized, with a central point of control over the money supply (such as a bank), or decentralized, with control over the money supply predetermined or democratically agreed upon.

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