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World Currencies on a Map

Firstly, enter any key to display all countries with no official currency, then, secondly, enter as many currencies as you can, and the map will be filled with the countries that use them.
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Quiz by Jerry928
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Last updated: March 20, 2024
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First submittedSeptember 22, 2016
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currency
Afghani
Ariary
Baht
Balboa
Birr
Bolívar
Boliviano
Cedi
Colón
Córdoba
currency
Dalasi
Denar
Dinar
Dirham
Dobra
Dollar
Dong
Dram
Escudo
Euro
currency
Forint
Franc
Gourde
Guaraní
Hryvnia
Kina
Kip
Koruna
Krona
Krone
currency
Euro
Kwacha
Kyat
Lari
Lek
Lempira
Leone
Leu
Lev
Lilangeni
currency
Lira
Loti
Kwacha
Kwanza
Manat
Mark
Metical
Naira
Nakfa
Ngultrum
currency
Ouguiya
Paʻanga
Peso
Pound
Pula
Quetzal
Rand
Real
Rial
Riel
currency
Ringgit
Riyal
Rouble
Rufiyaa
Rupee
Rupiah
Shekel
Shilling
Sol
Som
currency
Somoni
Taka
Tālā
Tenge
Tögrög
Vatu
Won
Yen
Yuan
Złoty
23 Comments
+13
Level 65
Sep 22, 2016
I always wonder why "krone", "krona" and "koruna" don't work when I type "crown". It should.
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Level 76
Sep 22, 2016
That's a bit like saying one should accept sun for the Peruvian sol, or dollar for the Samoan tala. Crown is the literal translation into English (eg in Swedish, Kungen bar sin krona - the king wore his crown), but that's not the names of those currencies.
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Level 65
Sep 23, 2016
It's weird to me because in Poland we use the same name for all these currencies: "korona" which means "crown".
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Level 71
Jun 26, 2018
Actually, crown is an acceptable English name. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crown_(currency)
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Level 54
Oct 31, 2022
I don't know how it is in English, but all other languages i know call all of them the same name - crown
+4
Level 77
Sep 23, 2016
And Macedonian denar is also version of dinar .
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Level 27
Oct 12, 2018
Great quiz. I'll be pulling down the average quite a lot in participating though.
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Level 83
Jun 15, 2022
Excellent quiz. Nominated.
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Level 64
Jun 15, 2022
The El Salvadorean Colon has been replaced by the US Dollar.
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Level 76
Mar 18, 2023
Updated, thanks
+1
Level 24
Sep 26, 2023
imperialists
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Level 61
Oct 31, 2022
and zimbabwe says "none official" instead of the other normal ones.
+3
Level 65
Feb 21, 2023
Croatia adopted Euro the 01/01/2023, great quiz by the way.
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Level 76
Feb 25, 2023
Thanks! Quiz updated too.
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Level 59
Mar 13, 2023
Probably when you updated your quiz, you kept the "Croatian Euro" separated from all other Euros. It seems that the quiz has two "Euro" answers, and when you type one of them, the other doesn't necessarily light up.
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Level 76
Mar 18, 2023
Oops, you're right! Now fixed.
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Level 75
Feb 21, 2023
And El Salvador doesn't use the colon anymore.
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Level 76
Feb 25, 2023
Updated, thanks.
+1
Level 20
Aug 31, 2023
Crimea is officially Ukrainian, sort your map out Jerry!
+1
Level 24
Jan 20, 2024
shouldn't it be sterling not pound?
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Level 89
Mar 20, 2024
Weird quirk - it accepts "schilling" as a type-in for shilling for Kenya, Somalia, and Uganda, but not Tanzania. And if you type "schilling", it displays "shilling" as having been guessed in the list. I knew that Tanzania used shillings, knew I'd given that answer, and the list showed that I'd guessed shilling, but Tanzania still showed unguessed on the map. So you have to spell it right for Tanzania (but not the others), but once you've entered the incorrect spelling, you would never guess the correct one, since the correct spelling is already displayed as having been guessed.
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Level 76
Mar 20, 2024
Fixed, thanks.
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Level 61
Apr 24, 2024
Zimbabwe still says none official