In this article discusses the meanings acquired by money in social communications
under differing social and economic systems basing on the classic's studies of money.
With archaic economic links dominant, manifold archaic forms of money emerge reflecting
varieties of social links. market relations need universal money to represent market
exchange, while virtual financial economics of postmodernism view money as and empty
sign without referential points in reality. Multiple forms of money in the present
society carry not so much real as socially and culturally conditional designations
imprinted on the current usages of essentially universal money by their effective
social roles in the present multifaceted societies.