There exist today a variety of software systems to support Community Currencies and Virtual Currencies (together this group shall be referred to as Microcurrencies). There are features instantly recognizable and somewhat obvious found throughout all these systems, as well as significant overlap with accounting packages such as Quickbooks and GnuCash. In addition there is an emerging demand for a remote API to access these internal features.
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