A Coin is a piece of metal with design and is used as a medium of exchange and so it has become a part of our daily life. When we flip coins, we called the sides of our coins “heads” and “tails.”
The word Coin is derived from the Latin word cuneus or corner. When the word was first noted in English in the early 14th century, it meant wedge. The wedge-shaped dies which were used to stamp the blanks were called coins and the metal blanks and the subsequent coined money took their name from them.
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