Money can be made of many different things.
Most commonly, coins are made of metals such as copper, nickel, aluminium, steel, zinc, etc. In the past, coins were also made of silver or gold before those metals became too expensive for ordinary coins. During wartime some countries actually made coins from cardboard, plastic, or even porcelain due to metal shortages.
The metals are often alloyed; that is, they're melted and mixed together to create a mixture with characteristics that both let it take a clean image from a coin press while holding up to wear. Some countries make coins in layers (e.g. steel plated with copper, or copper clad with brass), again so the coins have characteristics needed for use in commerce. Still other coins are "bi-metallic" or even "tri-metallic", consisting of alternating rings of different metals that make them easily distinguished on sight.
Currency, usually called "paper money", is printed on various paper-like materials. Some countries like the US use a blend of plant fibers (cotton and linen) that creates a strong base. Others have recently introduced plastic or plastic/fiber blends that are more resistant to wear than traditional paper-like materials.
Many other materials have been used as money over the centuries in addition to metal and paper-like substances. Some societies have used shells, carved stones, even animal claws or furs as a medium of exchange.
The important thing about any form of money isn't that it necessarily has any value in and of itself, but rather than both the person spending it and the person receiving it agree on the value represented by a particular piece. In modern society that extends beyond just the two people in a transaction - the members of the society as a whole have to be (mostly) in agreement about the value represented by whatever is being spent. For example, a €100 note is just a piece of paper and plastic worth a few cents by itself, but everyone agrees that it represents a certain amount of buying power.
Wait what do you mean? What do you mean who made up the money? That do not make sense. =~=
Money is made out of 25% linen and 75% cotton.
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.
The theatres he invested in made money, the theatrical company he was a shareholder in made money, his published poetry made money, and he made money out of leasing property he bought.
They made money
she has made only the 1/23 of the money her brother made
Canadian money is made in polar bear land.
Money is not made from treeswhat kind of idiots do not know that
Money is made at a mint.
No most money is made from cotton fibres. Australian money is made from plastic and coins are made from metal. Even those currencies that are made from trees, don't grow on trees ;)
Money is made out of thick paper with cotton fibers, etc.
paper money is made out of 25% linen and 75% cotton
change made for using anothers money
new jersey made money by the trading which was in 1664
Made a pile means the person has made allot of money (i.e. a pile of money).
US paper money is made at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, coins are made at the US mint.
Aussie money is made of plastic due to the large amount of surfers.
USA Money is made at The US Department of Treasury at Washington D.C.
If it is called "paper money", then presumably, it was made from paper.
Gatsby said he made his money with his drug stores. But really he made his money stealing bonds and bootlegging alcohol around the corner from his drugstores.
today money is our of paper
They get their money from a place called a mint, where money is actually made!
The RSPCA's money is made by donations. The public donate money to keep the shelters going and keep the animals healthy.