International Currency

Your Currency

Your Currency

Everyday, you might have change–dollars, quarters, dimes, or pennies–that you use without thinking. However, it’s important to remember that the money you use isn’t used by everyone. All over the world, there are different types of currencies used in various countries. Learn more about international currency.

European Euro

European Euro

The European euro is used all over Europe in several countries under the jurisdiction of the European Union. It is one of the most popular forms of currency, ranking only behind the United States dollar. Learn more of its history, value, and use. See why so many Europeans have switched to the euro.

Japanese Yen

Japanese Yen

The Japanese yen is one of the most used currencies in the world, ranking only behind the US dollar and the Euro. It is the currency of the country Japan and has been around for over a hundred years. Learn more about the amazing yen.

British Pound

British Pound

The British pound is one of the oldest forms of currency still existing. It is one of the highest-ranking currencies in the world, fourth after the US dollar, euro, and yen. The British famously refused to switch to the euro, preferring their own national pound.

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