Eus

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Eus

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Official users SU logo.png Single Union
Symbol EUS
Code EUS
Plural Eus
Banknotes 1 Eus, 2 Eus, 5 Eus, 10 Eus, 50 Eus, 100 Eus, 500 Eus, 1000 Eus, 3000 Eus, 5000 Eus
Central bank Allied Bank of Single Union


The Eus was created on December 1st, 2010 under the Economical Code of the Single Union, and is a common currency for all its member nations.

Etymology

The name Eus came from the Russian ЕВС, which is a Russian abbreviation for Единая Валюта Союза (Common Unified Currency).

History

The Eus was officially established with the adoption of the Economical Code of the Single Union, which happened at December 1st, 2010. September 10th, 2011 by the Resolution of the High Board of the Single Union №42 R-10/09/11 was accepted the design of Eus banknotes, designed by Prince of Moresko HH Arkadiy Tarsuev.

Banknotes

Collectible coin of 5000 Eus

As the money transactions of the Single Union are in most cases electronic, the banknotes of the Eus are not very popular. However, the Allied Bank of Single Union emits banknotes of 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500, 1000, 3000 and 5000 Eus — mostly as souvenirs, as the whole budget of the SU is about 2000 Eus.

Legal status

The Eus is used in all SU member nations, which include Republic of Lostisland, Promolands, Federal Republic of Grunkia, Principality of Antarksas and the Byzantic Empire. Also the Eus can be used in the Mnoer Empire under the Economical Treaty between the Mnoer Empire and the Single Union.

See also

Single Union

Republic of Lostisland

External links

Official Website of the Single Union

Forum of the Headquarters of the Single Union