Referencing Styles : OSCOLA | Pages : 3

1. In Moss v Hancock [1899] 2 QB 111 money has been accepted as “that which passes freely from hand to hand throughout the community in final discharge of debts and full payment for commodities, being accepted equally without reference to the character or credit of the person who offers it and without the intention of the person who receives it to consume it or apply it to any other use than in turn to tender it to others in discharge of debts or payment for commodities.”

Critically consider whether virtual currencies satisfy this definition.

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