Ikonian kyro

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Kyro
Σkyutlorata
(Ikonian)

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Official users Ikonia
Pegged toUSD$1.6
Symbolκ
CodeKYR
Nicknamelorixilia [1]
PluralKyros
Sub-unitKyrins (ʀ)
Coins1ʀ, 5ʀ
Banknotesκ1, κ5, κ10, κ20, κ50, κ100
Central bankMinistry of Treasury
PrinterMinistry of Treasury
MintMinistry of Treasury

The Kyro (Ikonian: Σkyutlorata) (sign: κ; code: KYR) is the official currency of the Kingdom of Ikonia. It is subdivided into 100 kyrins (sign: ʀ). It was created by the monarch, Abrams I and is printed by the Ministry of Treasury in Uvenia. All coins and banknotes are designed by the King or the Minister of Treasury.

History

As part of Ikonia's foundation in 2018, the Treasury founded a currency for the government to use called the kyro. The banknotes only came officially into use in November 2018.

Written styles

Amounts can only be written in one way known as: κ.ʀ (known as the Standard Format, written as κ1.20ʀ). The placement of the bill goes at the start of the amount, the number of the coins goes at the end, such like the Siroccan simoleon.

Standard Format

The Standard Format is the predominant and only style of writing amounts in Kyros and kyrins. The style is always used for amounts that do not equal a Decimal or Half-Decimal (such as 10ʀ or κ1.20ʀ) but can also be used if the amount does equal a Decimal or Half-Decimal. If the amount is less than one kyro, the Standard Format is always rendered as xʀ (as in 5ʀ). If the amount is greater than one Kyro, it is rendered without the shilling symbol.

Banknotes

Image Value Colour Description Date of Issue
Kyro1-2019.png κ1 Grey André Weil 24 August 2019
Kyro5-2019.png κ5 Yellow Zabëlle Skye 24 August 2019
Kyro10-2019.png κ10 Purple HG The Duke of Nikodemia 24 August 2019
Kyro20-2019.png κ20 Green HH Haida Allen 24 August 2019
Kyro50-2019.png κ50 Pink Charles Kirby 24 August 2019
Kyro100-2019.png κ100 Blue Abrams I 24 August 2019

Coins

Image Value
Colour Description

Obverse

Reverse Obverse Reverse Description Date of Issue
Kyrin1.png Silver Royal coat of arms of Ikonia The only kyrin coin released 24 August 2019

2018 series

Banknotes

Image Value Colour Description Date of Issue
IKONkyro1.png κ1 Blue Abrams I 15 October 2018
IKONkyro5.png κ5 Blue Andre Weil 15 October 2018
IKONkyro10.png κ10 Blue George Wiucki-Dunswed 15 October 2018
IKONkyro20.png κ20 Blue Vulture 15 October 2018
IKONkyro50.png κ50 Blue Haida Allen 15 October 2018
IKONkyro100.png κ100 Blue Nicholas II 15 October 2018

Exchange Rate

There is no variation in the exchange rate of the Kyro - likewise with the Siroccan simoleon, once an exchange rate is calculated, both the Kyro and the currency to be exchanged are pegged together. The Kyro is also macronationally pegged to the United States dollar at US$1.6 to one singular kyro.

Micronational

Year Kapreburg KAP Exchange rate Baustralia BRC Exchange rate Socialist State of Paloma PAD Exchange rate Principality of New Eiffel NEP Exchange rate Molossia VAL Exchange rate Iustus IUD Exchange rate Aarianian Flag; Muscadine Banner 2.png NIR Exchange rate FLAGOFNEWRIZALIA.jpg NRD Exchange rate
2019 $80 ᛒ 2.20 $1.60 ℕ 0.0012 V 2.00 $2.13 N[2] 32.0 $2.80

Macronational

Year w:United States USD w:United Kingdom GBP w:European Union EUR w:Japan JPY w:Canada CAD w:Taiwan TWD w:Russia RUB w:India INR
2019 $1.6 £1.22 €1.46 ¥183.71 CA$2.03 NT$45.02 ₽198.4 ₹122.29

United States exchange rate

The following are the values for the United States dollar and the kyro: (note that values are truncated)

0.01 0.02 0.05 0.10 0.20 0.50 1 2 5 10 20 50 100 200 Calculation
United States dollar
to Ikonian kyro
κ0.006
(0.6ʀ)
κ0.012
(1.2ʀ)
κ0.031
(3.1ʀ)
κ0.062
(6.2ʀ)
κ0.125
(12.5ʀ)
κ0.312
(31.2ʀ)
κ0.625
(62.5ʀ)
κ1.25 κ3.12 κ6.25 κ12.50ʀ
(ʀ12.5)
κ31.25ʀ κ62.50ʀ
(ʀ62.5)
κ125 $ value ÷ 1.6
Ikonian kyro
to United States dollar
$0.016
(16₥)
$0.032
(32₥)
$0.08
(8¢)
$0.16
(16¢)
$0.32
(32¢)
$0.80
(80¢)
$1.60 $3.20 $8 $16 $32 $80 $160 $320 κ value x 1.6

Notes

  1. Translated from Ikonian as "rich"
  2. Not to be confused with the New Eiffelic Ping symbol, ℕ

See also