What effect did the currency of Rome have on the Roman Empire?
Weak currency and high inflation
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The Effects With soaring logistical and admin costs and no precious metals left to plunder from enemies, the Romans levied more and more taxes against the people to sustain the Empire. Hyperinflation, soaring taxes, and worthless money created a trifecta that dissolved much of Rome's trade. The economy was paralyzed.
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