Following the controversies and fiscal problems resulting from of the Coinage Act of 1873, compensatory measures were taken by the Treasury and the US Mint to resume more normal issuance and circulation of US Currencies. Silver coins were made legal tender at their nominal value for any amount not exceeding $5
Counterfeiting is a real danger to numismatics and cryptocurrency alike. Both the rare coin and digital currency communities seek methods to combat the artificial manufacture and trade of the assets that make up their professions. It has been a governing philosophy of the Coinage to Crypto Series that numismatists, stackers and crypto experts can find common bonds. In keeping with this thinking, perhaps the blockchain will provide tracking and anti-counterfeiting measures to the numismatic community, despite many numismatists' resistance to change.