Bepistani dollar

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Example Dollar
Example.jpg
Example.jpg
Official usersExample.jpg Republic of Example
Unofficial usersExample.jpg Kingdom of Example
Pegged toTwo Example Pounds
SymbolED
CodeEXD
NicknameThe Guide Dollar
PluralExample Dollars
Sub-unitExample Cent
Coins1ec, 2ec, 5ec, 10ec, 20ec, 50ec, 1 ED, 2 ED
Banknotes3 ED, 16 ED, 27 ED, 44 ED, 86 ED, 101 ED, 222 ED, 666 ED
Central bankExample Bank
PrinterExample Printers
MintMint of Example

The Example Dollar was created on ((INSERT CREATION DATE & OTHER GENERAL OVERVIEW INFORMATION HERE)).

Etymology

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Units

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History

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Coins

The Bepis Dollar does not come in coins, only banknotes

Banknotes

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Value

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Exchange rates

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Legal status

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