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Currency, a thing is a thing

Sure currencies A, B and C affect each other. How often each currency is used affects the other(s) -- their values, that is. "How often" -- or frequency -- arrives by one method: the individual's use of it. Therefore, how many times the individual uses a currency affects the values of the currencies he doesn't use. An extension of this equation to take in account is: the number of individuals using a currency.


Currencies in use: A, B and C.

A -- origin is Y which has one channel of distribution
B -- origin is X which has many channels of distribution
C -- origin is X which has many channels of distribution

Each currency is used worldwide.
A is used more by governments than by individuals.
B and C are used by individuals more than by governments.

B's and C's values are connected to A's use.
A's use shrinks while use of B and C grow.

Why would B and C not supplant A?

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