The currency with the most trade or circulation is the currency of a country with a stable economy, a respected central bank and a low inflation rate. Currently, about 85% of all daily transactions involve major currencies, including the US dollar, Japanese yen, euro, pound sterling, Swiss franc, Canadian dollar and Australian dollar.
Each coin has its symbol, which consists of 3 letters. The first two identify the country and the third represents the first letter of the currency of your country of origin. The following is a list of the major currencies.
- USD – United States Dollars (United States Dollar)
- GBP – Great Britain Pound (British Pound)
- EUR – Euro
- JPY – Japanese Yen (Japanese Yen)
- CHF – Swiss Franc (Swiss Franc)
- AUD – Australian Dollar (Australian Dollar)
- CAD – Canadian Dollar ( Canadian dollar)