Only 8% of the world’s currency is physical money. 92% of the currency is digital.
This means that most of the money you make is used for transactions, buying goods and services, and so on only on computers and hard drives.
An estimated 8% of currency globally is physical wealth. All black money stacks come from within this 8%.
It is a reasonable guess that economists agree that there is not an exact figure.
Such a low percentage seems absurd, but when you think carefully, it makes sense that most large transactions are done electronically anyway.
Banks also store electronically and 92% include all types of transactions carried out using credit debit cards and wire transfers.