Largest bank note in history

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1 billion trillion Pengõ (1 milliard-billion in the long scale, as shown) = 1 sextillion Pengõ. Printed in 1946 shortly before the forint replaced the pengõ as Hungary’s national currency, at a rate of 400 octillion pengõ to 1 forint.


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    Ando

    I’d love to stuff a handful of those into a tabledancer’s g-string.

    Sharpo

    Where can I get one of those?

    natedog

    yes, Fiat money is not based on anything real. the value of Fiat money is determined by the whims of men. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiat_money this means you can have a piece of currency valued at 400 octillion pengõ that is not worth shit. on the other end of the spectrum is Representative money, which “can be reliably exchanged for a fixed quantity of a commodity such as gold, silver or potentially water, oil or food”. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representative_money this is why the Federal Reserve owns your ass… vote Ron Paul 2008 even if it won’t change the system…. wasnt it vygramul who said “Just… Read more »

    The Matrix: Rebooted

    milliard-billion? sextillion? with all the mathematicians that have come from Hungary, you would think they’d be using exponential notation for stuff like this.

    Kaze

    “Man, that’s a nice car, how much did that set you back?” “3.74 x 10^23”

    The Matrix: Rebooted

    lol @ Kaze

    phaed

    Why did they even bother printing that?