Digital, virtual!!!! Everything is digital or virtual, but has it got a real value? That would be the case of money. Actually, there are fewer and fewer people that pay cash, that is to say, using coins and banknotes. We use credit cards, Pay Pal and other digital ways such as digital money.
There are many options to invest in this kind of money (What is the noun that comes from the verb 'to invest'? Is it 'inversion'?)
Previous post you can look up: Bitcoins, real currency or just a fake?
Here are some articles for you to read about the issue and a listening exercise:
What Is Cryptocurrency? Here’s What You Should Know (Nerdwallet)
Listening exercise to do: "Would you invest in digital money?" (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
And now some activities for you to keep on learning English >>>>
The English We Speak: 'Eat your heart out' (BBC Learning English)
What is the difference between these two sentences?
1. We had a few chances of reaching the summit.
2. We had few chances of reaching the summit because it was getting too dark.
English in a Minute: Few or A few??? (BBC Learning English). And this would also be the case between 'a little' and 'little'.
Football's Greatest - Alan Shearer
However, a car is more comfortable than a bike, although it is not so economical