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| Paloman dinero |
|Official users|| Paloma|
|Central bank||Ministry of State Treasury|
|Printer||Ministry of State Treasury|
|Mint||Quebecois State Mint|
The Paloman Dinero is the currency of the Free Socialist State of Paloma and unofficially used in the Grand Duchy of Sayville and the Islamic Socialist Arab Republic. It is considered one of the Hard currencies of the Great Lakes Council with some members adopting it as the official currency.
Currency in Paloma first started with the Paloman Peso shorty after Paloma's founding. The Peso was replaced with the Dinero in December of 2019 to avoid confusion with the Mexican Peso. The Paloman Dinero is pegged to the United States dollar and has the same exchange rate.
Currently circulating, Paloman Dinero banknotes date from the first series that were made by Aidan McGrath in 2019.
|Image||Value||Colour||Description||Date of Issue|
|$10||White, black and green||Aidan McGrath||29 November 2020|
|$20||White, black and blue||Aidan McGrath||29 November 2020|
|$100||White, black and red||Aidan McGrath||29 November 2020|
|Reverse||Obverse||Reverse||Description||Date of Issue|
|$20||Brass plated Zinc||President Aidan McGrath and Vice President Jack Morris||20 Dinero listed on back in Spanish and Braille with the national motto, surrounded by a Laurel wreath||Highest coin ammount||14 March 2020|
|$1||3d printed plastic||Persona of Paloma||Second highest coin ammount||21 April 2021|