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Rai, or stone money (Yapese: raay[2]), are large, circular stone disks carved out of limestone formed from aragonite and calcite crystals.[3] Rai stones were quarried on several of the Micronesian islands, mainly Palau,[4] but briefly on Guam as well, and transported for use as money to the island of Yap. They have been used in trade by the Yapese as a form of currency. The monetary system of Yap relies on an oral history of ownership. Because these stones are too large to move, buying an item with one simply involves agreeing that the ownership has changed. As long as the transaction is recorded in the oral history, it will now be owned by the person it is passed on to and no physical movement of the stone is required.~https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rai_stones

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