Some of the Beautiful Currencies of the World
1. Bermuda Dollar
Bermuda Dollar is the official currency of the British Overseas Territorial Bermuda, it is divided into 100 cents Bermuda Dollar does not normally do business outside Bermuda, and is assessed for the United States in each proportion. Both the currencies are broadcast on a similar basis in Bermuda.
2. Canadian Dollars
The Canadian dollar is the currency of Canada. This currency has a dollar sign or a dollar. This currency is divided into 100 cents. Due to the image of a sheep on a dollar coin, the currency is sometimes referred to as luni by foreign currency traders and analysts because it is usually done by the Canadians. Canada's dollar is the fifth most reserve currency in the world.
3. Ugandan shilling
Shilling is the currency of Uganda. Technically Shilling is subdivided to 100 cents, but Shilling has not been released after its re-evaluation in 1987. Uganda Shilling first replaced East African Shilling in 1966. Given the high inflation, in 1987, new shilling was released at par value of hundred old shilling.
4. Kazakhstan Tonge
Tenge is the currency of Kazakhstan. Which is very beautiful to see. It is divided into 100 three. It was launched on November 15, 1993 in place of Soviet Ruble. Its ISO-4217 code is KZT. In Kazakh and other languages Turkish languages, the meaning of the word taenge is scales. The original Turkish word for this word is teğ, meaning equals
5. New Zealand dollars
New Zealand Dollar is New Zealand's currency and legal tender. This mudra is also one of the few beautiful currencies of the world. This currency was introduced in 1967, this dollar has been divided into 100 cents. New Zealand dollar is one of the 10 most traded currencies globally, which is about 2.0% of the global foreign exchange market daily business in 2013.
6. Australian dollars
In addition to Australian Dollar Australia, this currency is the official currency of the Free Pacific Island States of Kiribati, Naru and Tuvalu besides Christmas Island, Cocos Island and Norfalak Island. Australia is currently the sixth most popular currency in foreign exchange market after the US dollar, euro, yen, pound sterling and Swiss franc. Australian Dollar is also one of the world's finest currencies.
7. Indian rupees
Indian Rupee (Symbols: Indian Rupee symbol.svg; Code: INR) is the national currency of India. Its market regulator and issuer is the Reserve Bank of India. Modern Indian rupee has been divided into 100 paise. New notes of Indian currency 50, 200, 500, and 2000 are also counted among the world's beautiful notes.