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Definition of 'Ven'


A virtual currency used by members of the social network Hub Culture for the purchase of goods and services. Ven's value is derived from a basket of currencies and financial instruments, and it trades according to a floating exchange rate on the internet and in retail stores.
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Investopedia explains 'Ven'


Ven was launched in 2007. It can be traded peer-to-peer without the use of a currency exchange. A certain portion of its value is based on carbon credits and because it is not a physical currency, it is touted as being "green currency."
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