Who Invented Money?


The Phoenicians invented metal money around the 1500BC, which they first formed into iron half-rings that looked like a pair of bulls horns.
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The Romans invented paper money around 1000AD.
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Bartering, or using objects in trade for goods and services, has been around since prehistory, but the large scale use of money as a commodity began in Mesopotamia around 3000 BC.
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