City markets and fairs were widespread, where artisans and peasants could sell their goods. In the markets, the services of money changers were in great demand, which exchanged coins of various states, determined their authenticity. Accumulating large sums of money, money changers lent them at a high interest rate, becoming usurers. Gradually, on the basis of shops, money changers and usurers appeared the first banks – organizations that lent money and also accepted deposits for safekeeping at interest.
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