Currencies are shared continentwise because tourists generally visit countries in continents say europe.
Currencies in Africa

Algeria
Algerian dinar

Angola
Angolan kwanza

Benin
West African CFA franc

Botswana
Botswana pula

Burkina Faso
West African CFA franc

Burundi
Burundian franc

Cabo verde (Cape Verde)
Cape Verdean escudo

Central African Republic
Central African CFA franc

Chad
Central African CFA franc

Comoros
Comorian franc

Democratic Republic of Congo
Congolese franc

Djibouti
Djiboutian franc

Egypt
Egyptian pound

Equatorial Guinea
Central African CFA franc

Eritrea
Eritrean nakfa

Eswatini
Swazi lilangeni

Ethiopia
Ethiopian birr

Gabon
Central African CFA franc

Gambia
Gambian dalasi

Ghana
Ghanaian cedi

Guinea
Guinean franc

Guinea-Bissau
West African CFA franc

Ivory Coast
West African CFA franc

Kenya
Kenyan shilling

Lesotho
Lesotho loti

Liberia
Liberian dollar

Libya
Libyan dinar

Madagascar
Malagasy ariary

Malawi
Malawian kwacha

Mali
West African CFA franc

Mauritania
Mauritanian ouguiya

Mauritius
Mauritian rupee

Morocco
Moroccan dirham

Mozambique
Mozambican metical

Namibia
Namibian dollar

Niger
West African CFA franc

Nigeria
Nigerian naira

Rwanda
Rwandan franc

São Tomé and Príncipe
São Tomé and Príncipe dobra

Senegal
West African CFA franc

Seychelles
Seychellois rupee

Sierra Leone
Sierra Leonean leone

Somalia
Somali shilling

South Africa
South African rand

South Sudan
South Sudanese pound

Sudan
Sudanese pound

Suriname
Surinamese dollar

Tanzania
Tanzanian shilling

Togo
West African CFA franc

Tunisia
Tunisian dinar

Uganda
Ugandan shilling

Zambia
Zambian kwacha

Zimbabwe
United States dollar

Currencies of countries in Asia continent

Afghanistan
Afghan afghani

Armenia
Armenian dram

Azerbaijan
Azerbaijani manat

Bahrain
Bahraini dinar

Bangladesh
Bangladeshi taka

Bhutan
Bhutanese ngultrum

Brunei
Brunei dollar

Cambodia
Cambodian riel

China
Chinese yuan

Cyprus
Euro

Georgia
Georgian lari

India
Indian rupee

Indonesia
Indonesian rupiah

Iran
Iranian rial

Iraq
Iraqi dinar

Israel
Israeli new shekel

Japan
Japanese yen

Jordan
Jordanian dinar

Kazakhstan
Kazakhstani tenge

Kuwait
Kuwaiti dinar

Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstani som

Laos
Lao kip

Lebanon
Lebanese pound

Malaysia
Malaysian ringgit

Maldives
Maldivian rufiyaa

Mongolia
Mongolian tögrög

Myanmar
Burmese kyat

Nepal
Nepalese rupee

North Korea
Korean won

Oman
Omani rial

Palestine (Not a UN member country but is a State)
Israeli new shekel

Pakistan
Pakistani rupee

Philippines
Philippine peso

Qatar
Qatari riyal

Saudi Arabia
Saudi riyal

Singapore
Singapore dollar

South Korea
South Korean won

Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan rupee

Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian pound

Tajikistan
Tajikistani somoni

Thailand
Thai baht

Timor Leste
United States dollar

Turkey
Turkish lira

Turkmenistan
Turkmenistan manat

United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates dirham

Uzbekistan
Uzbekistani som

Vietnam
Vietnamese dong

Yemen
Yemeni rial

Currencies of countries in Australasia continent

Australia
Australian dollar

Fiji
Fijian dollar

Haiti
Haitian gourde

Kiribati
Australian dollar

Marshall Islands
United States dollar

Micronesia
United States dollar

Nauru
Australian dollar

New Zealand
New Zealand dollar

Palau
United States dollar

Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean kina

Samoa
Samoan tala

Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands dollar

Tonga
Tongan pa'anga

Tuvalu
Australian dollar

Vanuatu
Vanuatu vatu

 

Currencies of countries in Europe continent

Albania
Albanian lek

Andorra
Euro

Austria
Euro

Belarus
Belarusian ruble

Belgium
Euro

Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark

Bulgaria
Bulgarian lev

Croatia
Croatian kuna

Czech Republic
Czech koruna

Denmark
Danish krone

Estonia
Euro

Finland
Euro

France
Euro

Germany
Euro

Greece
Euro

Hungary
Hungarian forint

Iceland
Icelandic króna

Ireland
Euro

Italy
Euro

Latvia
Euro

Liechtenstein
Swiss franc

Lithuania
Euro

Luxembourg
Euro

Malta
Euro

Monaco
Euro

Montenegro
Euro

Netherlands
Euro

North Macedonia
Macedonian denar

Norway
Norwegian krone

Poland
Polish zloty

Portugal
Euro

Reppublic of Moldova
Moldovan leu

Romania
Romanian leu

Russian Federation
Russian ruble

San Marino
Euro

Serbia
Serbian dinar

Slovakia
Euro

Slovenia
Euro

Spain
Euro

Sweden
Swedish krona

Switzerland
Swiss franc

Ukraine
Ukrainian hryvnia

United Kingdom
British pound

Vatican City (Non UN Member country)
Euro

Currencies of countries in North America continent

Antigua and Barbuda
East Caribbean dollar

Bahamas
Bahamian dollar

Barbados
Barbadian dollar

Belize
Belize dollar

Canada
Canadian dollar

Costa Rica
Costa Rican colón


Cuba
Cuban peso

Dominica
East Caribbean dollar

Dominican Republic
Dominican peso

El Salvador
United States dollar

Grenada
East Caribbean dollar

Guatemala
Guatemalan quetzal

Honduras
Honduran lempira

Jamaica
Jamaican dollar

Mexico
Mexican peso

Nicaragua
Nicaraguan córdoba

Panama
Panamanian balboa

Saint Kitts and Nevis
East Caribbean dollar

Saint Lucia
East Caribbean dollar

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
East Caribbean dollar

Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago dollar

United States
United States dollar

 

Currencies of countries in South America continent

Argentina
Argentine peso

Bolivia
Bolivian boliviano

Brazil
Brazilian real

Chile
Chilean peso

Colombia
Colombian peso

Ecuador
United States dollar

Guyana
Guyanese dollar
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Paraguay
Paraguayan guaraní

Peru
Peruvian sol

Suriname
Surinamese dollar

Uruguay
Uruguayan peso

Venezuela
Venezuelan bolívar

 

 

 

 

 

Financial currency & Attitude currency

Currency in India : Indian rupee

A currency is a standardization of money. It can be banknotes, coins or digital currency.

The word rupee is derived from the Sanskrit word “Rupayakam”or “Rupya” which means silver coin.

Denomination of Rupee is printed in Hindi and English on the obverse while on the reverse side the value of rupee is printed in 15 official languages of states. These languages appear in alphabetical order on the currency notes. These language are – Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Malyalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

But we are different.
People may pronounce the word as Current See.
Money is a big current.
People do many bad things because they are so hungry for money.
And its never ending hunger.

A person with diabetes cant eat sweet.
Its time people realise that they have money diabetes.

Money being sweet, they must not be hungry for sweet money.

They should be hungry to get BIGGER sweetner
and that is Satisfaction of helping.

Again, let them not be myopic and help themself and their family.
They must think beyond themself.

Climate change is a BIG current which can kill humans, animals, trees, infact it is a BIG killer and is slow but much bigger than a Nuclear Bomb.

Bank notes are made of paper. And fire ensures Bank Notes are burnt. They vanish.
So be selfish to ensure Climate Change doesnt burn your notes.

And if you say that we use Digital currency
Remember climate will one day burn banks or any place you save money.
Remember, every human has expiry date and will also vanish.

Attitude is BIGGER currency because everyone has attitude.
If it is wrong Current, people with false attitude are like killers.

Some people have such an attitude that they purposely dont see their father, father in law, grand father, grand father in law when he is about to leave earth. It may not be about money or property but some things they know better. And if they didnt value that person, they must remember that when a person expires, he or she has no emotions. So your emotional attitude can be blocked for a minute or an hour or ... But they have such ego attitude that they block others also to see the person who is about to leave.

Importantly, such people are not filthy rich but middle class people.

Money can buy physical things like a vegetable or a house or airplance tickets but money cant buy satisfaction. You need to earn it. If people tour 10 countries, visit great locations they may think they are satisfied. But that is temporary satisfaction.

And you think you got satisfaction but you mind will say differently.
And yes, this is about humans and not born humans who sometimes purposely act like they are not humans. That's their attitude.