Mallanorian atu

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Mallanorian Atu

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Official users Mallanor Flag.png Democratic Kingdom of Mallanor
Symbol
Code MNA
Nickname Atu
Plural Atus
Sub-unit Cent (¢)
Coins 10¢, 50¢, 1₳, 2₳
Banknotes 5₳, 10₳, 20₳, 50₳
Central bank Royal Bank of Mallanor
Mint Royal Mallanorian Mint


The Mallanorian Atu (₳), also known as the Atu (code: MNA), is the official currency of the Democratic Kingdom of Mallanor. The Atu is subdivided into 100 cents (¢). The Atu is currently in development for use as the currency of Mallanor.

Coinage

The Abeldane Trimole subdivision is called cents. 1 trimole is equal to 100 cents.

The new Abeldane coins will be launched by late November 2014. An update has been made that the coins are to be launched by the middle of 2015. The coins were officially released on the 19 January 2016 consisting of six denominations: 1c, 2c, 5c, 10c ,25c and 50c. All coins depict all Abeldane monarchs in the front and on the reverse the coat of arms, denomination, year minted, and 6 lines representing Abelden's georgraphy; 5 lines for administrative regions and 1 line for territories and dependencies.

Obverse Reverse Value Dates of Circulation Composition Diameter Description
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Noflag.png Noflag.png 1₳ DD Month, YYYY - DD Month, YYYY _ XX cm _
Noflag.png Noflag.png 2₳ DD Month, YYYY - DD Month, YYYY _ XX cm _

Banknotes

The banknotes of the Abeldane Trimole were first issued on the 16 January 2015 with a ƭ100 and ƭ50 and a ƭ20 was followed on the 23 January 2015. ƭ10 and ƭ5 notes were issued on February 2015. A ƭ1000 note was issued on 21 March 2015 thereby completing the series.

The banknotes carry the images of the most prominent people in Abelden and the images of the territories and cities of Abelden. These notes carry some simple features but are very hard to counterfeit. Such as this are the transparent window applied to the ƭ100 banknote and the signature of the governor. All notes are design by HIM Emperor Stephen of Abelden and are copyrighted by AbeldenWorks GmbH and the designer.

The banknote designs were chosen by the people since these people have contributed their time and mind for Abelden and its people. The back designs were chosen by the emperor himself and majority agreed with the designs and were happy with it. The photos taken from each people depicted were allowed for use in banknotes in their aproval.

New banknotes were issued on the 9 August 2015 depicting new several places in Abelden. The new series is called the City series as it depicts all cities around Abelden. The obverse of the notes remain the same but with different pictures and on the reverse depicts the cities around Abelden. The new series includes a new 1 and 1/2 Trimole note. The new notes are signed by Llewelyn Lawton

First series

Obverse Reverse Value Dates in Circulation Dimensions Description
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Noflag.png Noflag.png 10₳ DD Month, YYYY - DD Month, YYYY XX x XX cm _
Noflag.png Noflag.png 20₳ DD Month, YYYY - DD Month, YYYY XX x XX cm _
Noflag.png Noflag.png 50₳ DD Month, YYYY - DD Month, YYYY XX x XX cm _

Exchange Rates

The rates as of 1 March 2016.

Currency Exchange Rate
United States Dollar (USD) Unknown
Canadian Dollar (CAD) Unknown
Euro (EUR) Unknown
British Pound (GBP) Unknown
Swiss Franc (CHF) Unknown
New Zealand Dollar (NZD) Unknown
Australian Dollar (AUD) Unknown
Japanese Yen (JPY) Unknown

Other currency exchange rates may be available upon request.

Legal Status and availability

Currently, the notes are only legal tender in Abelden and the Commonwealth and it's territories. The Trimole notes are not available in the public community. The notes are only available through the monarch, HIM Emperor Stpehen, by contacting him through Skype, Gmail or Facebook.