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To understand the curious world of digital currency, you first have to understand what a money has to be. Most people buy their grocery items with a credit card (which is pretty much the most trusted form of cash money today) that has been imprinted with a code that allows them to purchase goods and services at stores without having to physically present cash.
A currency is basically a paper and metal version of an account that can be “transferred” to other people. If I transfer a dollar to you, it is my money and you owe me the value of a dollar in exchange for giving me the money. But you can also transfer it to someone else, which means you don’t have to worry about having enough money to pay your bills each month, which is a bit of a blessing. In an alternative reality, if the person I was transferring the money to wanted less than $1 in return, that’s fine, they can give the money to someone else. However, if they want more than $1, they can’t just keep the extra money for themselves, they have to pay it back to me. In that case, they owe me $1 more.
This system is called a “fiat currency.” A paper currency like the dollar or the euro is basically a legal promise that a certain amount of dollars or euros are worth a certain amount of the currency. I can hold a dollar or euro in my hand and say, “I have this amount of dollars or euros,” because I legally promise that people should be able to hold them in exchange for goods and services.
The problem is that the system relies on trust, and with people losing trust in a currency, it becomes nearly worthless. I can pay someone in dollars or euros, which then become worthless, because the dollar or euro that I gave them are worthless. If I give someone some dollars or euros and then they promise to pay me back, I can’t trust them to actually pay me back, because they have already shown that they are willing to spend the money they were given