What currency was used in the early American republic?

Answer According to Ron's Currency, Stocks and Bonds, the American revolutionaries used "the Continental" for currency. However, the Continental was based merely on the hope of future tax receipts once th... Read More »

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What is the currency of the Republic of Ireland?

The Republic of Ireland, along with 11 other European countries, adopted the euro as its currency on January 1, 2002. Ireland gained its independence from the United Kingdom, which still controls s... Read More »

Canadian Currency Vs. American Currency?

Both the U.S. and Canada denominate their currency in dollars, though the Canadian dollar (CAD) and the American dollar (USD) are separate currencies produced by each country's national mint. The A... Read More »

Who is on American currency?

George Washington is on the U.S. dollar. Abraham Lincoln is on the $5 bill, Alexander Hamilton is on the $10 bill, Andrew Jackson on the twenty, Ulysses S. Grant is on the $50 bill, and Benjamin Fr... Read More »

How to Pay in American Currency in Paris?

France is part of the European Union and now uses the euro. The franc was last used in 2002, and dollars, pounds sterling and other forms of currency need to be converted to euros when you're in Fr... Read More »