e-currency

e-currency
e-currency e-cur‧ren‧cy [ˈiː ˌkʌrənsi ǁ -ˌkɜː-] noun e-currencies PLURALFORM [countable]
one of the types of e-money that can be used to buy things on the Internet:

• an e-currency exchange provider

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e-currency UK US noun [C or U] (also electronic currency) E-COMMERCE, MONEY
a type of currency in electronic form that is designed especially for paying for goods and services bought on the internet: »

E-Currency allows the purchase of internet goods and services at lightning speed and most importantly with a high level of security.

See also E-MONEY(Cf. ↑e-money)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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