Double-spending is an error in a digital cash scheme in which the same single digital token is spent twice or more. This is possible because a digital token consists of a digital file that can be duplicated or falsified. As with counterfeit money, such double-spending are Inflation by "create" a new amount of not-removed currency which already paid plus same amount of paid currency belonging to the receiver, or "created" multiple paid amount to receiver from nothing, causing devalue the currency, and diminish user trust as well as the circulation and retention of the currency.
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In European folklore and folk-belief of the Medieval and Early Modern periods, familiar spirits (sometimes referred to simply as "familiars" or "animal guides") were believed to be supernatural entities that would assist witches and cunning folk in their practice of magic. According to the records of the time, they would appear in numerous guises, often as an animal, but also at times as a human or humanoid figure, and were described as "clearly defined, three-dimensional… forms, vivid with colour and animated with movement and sound" by those alleging to have come into contact with them, unlike later descriptions of ghosts with their "smoky, undefined form[s]".
April 6, United States President Donald Trump authorized an early morning Tomahawk missile strike on Shayrat Air Base in central Syria in retaliation for what he said was a deadly nerve agent attack carried out by the Syrian government two days earlier in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun. Trump issued the order despite having been warned by the U.S. intelligence community that it had found no evidence that the Syrians had used a chemical weapon.
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