noun, plural cur·ren·cies.
something that is used as a medium of exchange; money.
We’ve been using currency for over 4000 years to make transactions. Currency allows us to invest in each other; buying each other's products or purchasing each other's stock. In a free market, currency allows us to collectively vote in more of the good, and vote out the bad, getting us to places we never thought possible and making this world a better and better place to be.
general acceptance; prevalence; vogue.
a time or period during which something is widely accepted and circulated.
the fact or quality of being widely accepted and circulated from person to person.
circulation, as of coin.