What did the Chinese use before paper money?
Instead of bartering or carrying around heavy coins all the time, paper money is light-weight and easy-to-use. The Chinese were the first to invent the use of paper money.
Coins and paper
the chinese wrote on wooden scrolls
painting, books, newspaper, money
the chinese becuase they started it ......
they used it to well when they sold silk people would use paper money so there you have peeps paper money thank you thank you you've been a great.. well what ever by by
In china the earliest check is "交子" and earliest paper money is "会子".
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This is when paper money first became popular. It was actually in 806 AD that paper money was used. The Chinese were the first ones to give bank slips and paper money under the T'ang dynasty. It was later abandoned in 1455 in China only to be reinstated in the 1800s.
No. They didn't use money like coins or paper money (Chinese were first at that one I think). However they used a bartering system or some other product to make purchases
They carved words onto bamboo.
paper money and the use of coal to burn
Who distributes 'Manundy Money' on the Thursday before Easter and which county was first to use paper money?
The Monarch of the United Kingdom (currently Queen Elizabeth II) and China was the first country to use paper money.
Coins and paper money have been in use for millennia so there's no recorded history of their very first use. Coins have been traced back as far as the Lydians in the 8th century BCE, while paper money was introduced by the Chinese during the Tang dynasty (7th to 10th centuries)
The oldest evidence of paper manufacture and use dates back to 2nd century BC in China. Chinese were the first people to use paper in its modern form.
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yes they did use money, but not alot
The first people to use and invent toilet paper were the Chinese.
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Yes money is made from paper. But not the paper that they use for fake money. And coins are made from metal or copper....or even bronze. Money is made from paper.
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Metal objects have been used as money dating back as far as 5,000 BC. The Lydians were the first people in the western world to use coins from about 700 BC. The Chinese are known to have used paper money from about 960 AD.
paper money was first used because of a metal shortage
The first users of paper money where in China
There is no single answer. Different countries use papers of different quality - or even plastics.
The Chinese jiazi banknotes are generally considered to be the first paper money in history, entering use around about 960 AD. The first European banknotes were issued in Sweden in 1660.
It was the Currency Act that outlawed the use of paper money in the colonies. Parliament passed the act in 1764.
It was the most important one. Chinese people would use it everyday to keep ALL their records and paper was really useful then and now.
They use the euro.
It is widely accepted that the first paper money originates from China approximately 1400 years ago. At this time, all money took the form of metal coins which has a hole in the middle allowing them to be strung on a chord and worn around the neck. The emerging merchant class in China found that their wealth made the weight of coins impractical to carry so they deposited the coins with a trustworthy person to… Read More
use it at stores
the currency act banned the use of paper money in the colonies, because it tended to loose its value very quickly.
Islam spread because Muslims exploited the Chinese invention paper. Before Quran most societies were oral societies. Written word was either a domain of the few or had limited use. Paper has changed that. Muslims use paper to spread Islamic knowledge throughout the world. HTH Ghouri
China was the first country to use both paper money and the printing press.
When you use paper currency to pay for food items, the money is considered a medium of exchange which is an accepted form of exchange for goods and services offered to consumers.
Paper in ancient China was primarily used for writing on. But shortly after the invention of paper in China, the Chinese found many other uses for it. They made paper kites, books, paper umbrellas, paper fans that were written or drawn on, paper windows (before glass was invented), and a whole bunch of other things. Also they did use it for clothing, early forms of silk, and shoes.
Evidentally not! Plenty of ancient coins have survived from Greece, the Roman Empire, etc, but nothing from Egypt.l Paper money was too far ahead of the time, anyhow ( The Chinese, who perfected papermaking, came out with some in the l2Th Century AD) Evidentally they had what amounted to a moneyless economy! Of course the slaves did not need or use money, and the nobles had everything on the House ( or pyramid). It does… Read More
Russia uses both paper and coins.
The Chinese were the first to use paper to clean themselves after urination or defecation. They began using toilet paper in the 6th century AD.
Mexico and Australia are two countries that don\'t use money notes that are made of paper. Their bills are made out of plastic.
The Chinese refer to the equipments as the "Four Treasures," ("文房四寶" in Chinese) they are the brush, ink (or ink stick), the paper, and and the inkstone.
The people who issue paper money want to make sure that the money cannot be counterfeited (copied) so they use very elaborate printing schemes to make it difficult to copy paper money. They use colour as just one one of the many protection methods you will find on the money. Other methods are using special paper, invisible inks that can only be seen in ultraviolet light, using embossing, watermarked paper and more recently holographic metal… Read More
I'm not Chinese but we had a full session about that . Chinese ppl have there own new year so on the eve they give kids money and they use these envelopes for putting money in it
Canadians use coins and paper money.
We use paper everyday. That was made by the Chinese or the people in Mesopotamia I forgot but oh well i know for a fact that both of them made a type of paper.
Jackson was not fond of paper money. He didn't want to use it because many of the state banks issued paper money without making sure that they had the gold and silver to back it up. The value of paper money fluctuated frequently and therefore it could not relied upon.
Use an industrial shredder. They never need to be repaired or replaced and the paper gets recycled.
China does not use the dollar as its currency.
Bills, coins and bank accounts