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give currency (to something)

To make something seem more credible or probable, perhaps by providing additional information or details. You're famous in this field—if you comment this guy's wacky notions, you'll just be giving currency to them. Ultimately, we need an expert to give currency to our findings.
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give currency (to something)

to spread a story around. (With a negative if there is doubt about what is said.) I can't give any currency to anything Ralph Jones says. We give no currency to those stories. His actions gave currency to the rumor that he was about to leave.
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I want to view cryptocurrencies of various types as new entrants into the ongoing global currency competition, he said.
Currently, currency exchange offices can operate only within banks.
The exchange companies of Pakistan has blamed Pakistani media and loose border control for the declining value of Pakistani currency in open currency market.
Since last five years, industry is facing several difficulties due to government policies, but the freezing of foreign currency accounts is worst," said Zahid, an entrepreneur based in federal capital.
She said the regulator may no longer require applicants of virtual currency exchanges to also secure an electronic money issues (EMI) license.
However, today money can also be issued in a digital form and there are no restrictions on who can issue digital currency. Similar to fiat currency, digital currency is a useful form of currency if it can be used as a unit of account, medium of exchange and store of value.
How can one find out that the currency substitution is taking place and to what extent?
She noted that another benefit of the pre-paid currency card, which was likely to appeal to many people considering the current economic climate, was the exchange rates they offered.
The book delves deeper into workings of crypto currencies, the future of crypto currency, how secure they are, the practical use of Money Trade Coin and other crypto currencies around the world, regulations governing them and basics of crypto currency mining and trading.
The report provided that the IRS Criminal Investigation will collaborate with Department of the Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and also seek to work with private companies and organizations, such as Coinbase and the Blockchain Alliance, to stay atop the threats posed by the use of virtual currency.
Researchers from Seoul's Hongik University and Bank of Korea (BOK) said in a paper titled, 'Crowding out in a Dual Currency Regime' that cryptocurrencies and fiat monetary systems could exist under a dual currency regime.
The companies ultimately resolved their pricing differences, but the dispute highlights the significant risk and challenge that volatile currency exchange rates present for multinational businesses striving to remain competitive while earning a reasonable profit.
As the world entered the post crisis era, the world economy and financial markets become more complex, from the second half of 2015, commodity prices, global stock prices have fluctuated sharply, bring great impact on developing countries, Russia, Brazil and other countries have the currency by selling the currency substitution phenomenon, resulting in the currency exchange rate fall, a serious impact on the economy (Fan, 2008).
What does it mean for a country to float its currency? The obvious meaning is to unpeg it from whatever internationally-believed-to-be-sound kind of currency.
The main currency of concern was Bitcoin, which took the world by storm and speculation since it first emerged in 2009.