What is the difference between electronic current and conventional current?

Difference between conventional current and electric current? • Electric current can be either negative or positive, but conventional current is always positive.
• The conventional current for an electron flow is positive, whereas the electrical current is negative.
• For a flow of positive charges, both the electric current and the conventional current are the same.
• Since almost every electrical circuit uses an electron flow, it can be safely stated that the conventional current = - electrical current.
• In conventional current, the flow of electrons is assumed as a flow of protons on the opposite direction.