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- n. Alternative form of seigniorage.
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Well, the mint makes quite a bit of money on every other coin and bill they produce ... it's called "seigneurage" ... and they can subsidize the damn pennies for the rest of time. megablast 0 points 4 minutes ago you'll need to login or register to do that
There are some benefits from seigneurage if others choose to use your currency widely in international transactions.
It has an exchange rate of 1:1 against the Euro but a rate of 2 pc per quarter is charged by the issuing body which has already found a way to reap the seigneurage profits from its currency.
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