Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe reduced the Zimbabwean dollar to one of the lowest valued currency units in the world. It was redenominated three times (2006, 2008, 2009), with denominations up to a $100 trillion dollar banknote

Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe reduced the Zimbabwean dollar to one of the lowest valued currency units in the world. It was redenominated three times (2006, 2008, 2009), with denominations up to a $100 trillion dollar banknote

Zimbabwean 100-trillion dollar banknote: yes, that's a real one.  More info on the current ANS exhibition "Signs of Inflation" in The Federal Reserve Bank of NY you'll find here: http://numismatics.org/Exhibits/SignsofInflation  (image source: Courtesy of Francois Velde and the American Numismatic Society, NYC on http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/04/29/exhibit-considers-the-politics-and-art-of-inflation.html)

Zimbabwean 100-trillion dollar banknote: yes, that's a real one. More info on the current ANS exhibition "Signs of Inflation" in The Federal Reserve Bank of NY you'll find here: http://numismatics.org/Exhibits/SignsofInflation (image source: Courtesy of Francois Velde and the American Numismatic Society, NYC on http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/04/29/exhibit-considers-the-politics-and-art-of-inflation.html)

Of all the things you can buy, buying money might seem a little strange. If you buy this Zimbabwe currency, you can tell your friends you're a trillionaire, but you can't buy anything with it. Check out the trillion-dollar #BedtimeMath problem!   #math

Of all the things you can buy, buying money might seem a little strange. If you buy this Zimbabwe currency, you can tell your friends you're a trillionaire, but you can't buy anything with it. Check out the trillion-dollar #BedtimeMath problem! #math

The Rhodesian dollar was introduced on February 17, 1970, less than a month before the declaration of the Republic of Rhodesia. On March 2, 1970. It replaced the Rhodesian pound at a rate of 2 dollars to 1 pound. The Rhodesian Dollar was used up to the very end of Rhodesia in 1980, when it was replaced by the Zimbabwean dollar at par.

The Rhodesian dollar was introduced on February 17, 1970, less than a month before the declaration of the Republic of Rhodesia. On March 2, 1970. It replaced the Rhodesian pound at a rate of 2 dollars to 1 pound. The Rhodesian Dollar was used up to the very end of Rhodesia in 1980, when it was replaced by the Zimbabwean dollar at par.

Their currency is just like America's. For their sign they use either $ or Z$. They don't use coins for money.

Their currency is just like America's. For their sign they use either $ or Z$. They don't use coins for money.

The Rhodesian dollar was introduced on February 17, 1970, less than a month before the declaration of the Republic of Rhodesia. On March 2, 1970. It replaced the Rhodesian pound at a rate of 2 dollars to 1 pound. The Rhodesian Dollar was used up to the very end of Rhodesia in 1980, when it was replaced by the Zimbabwean dollar at par.

The Rhodesian dollar was introduced on February 17, 1970, less than a month before the declaration of the Republic of Rhodesia. On March 2, 1970. It replaced the Rhodesian pound at a rate of 2 dollars to 1 pound. The Rhodesian Dollar was used up to the very end of Rhodesia in 1980, when it was replaced by the Zimbabwean dollar at par.

Economy:This is the Zimbabwean dollar. There are many kinds of dollars that Zimbabwe produces.  Their currency is Zimbabwean dollars but are also getting special coins in November. It is the same value as the U.S. dollars. Their average household income is $600. Zimbabwe's type of economy is Agriculture. Their biggest exports are cotton, sugar, and tobacco.

Economy:This is the Zimbabwean dollar. There are many kinds of dollars that Zimbabwe produces. Their currency is Zimbabwean dollars but are also getting special coins in November. It is the same value as the U.S. dollars. Their average household income is $600. Zimbabwe's type of economy is Agriculture. Their biggest exports are cotton, sugar, and tobacco.

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