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Hyperinflation of Fiat Currencies

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Hyperinflation of Fiat Currencies

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For many people, and mostly for those of us who live in wealthy nations, government-issued currency has gained the reputation of being stable, trustworthy, and almost immortal. The historical track record of fiat currencies paint a different picture. More: www.bitstocks.com/blog/Fiat-Currencies-Surprisingly-Shoddy-Track-Records

For many people, and mostly for those of us who live in wealthy nations, government-issued currency has gained the reputation of being stable, trustworthy, and almost immortal. The historical track record of fiat currencies paint a different picture. More: www.bitstocks.com/blog/Fiat-Currencies-Surprisingly-Shoddy-Track-Records

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Hyperinflation of Fiat Currencies

  1. 1. A Bitstocks SlideShare Hyperinflation of Fiat Currencies Since 1990
  2. 2. 2006: Zimbabwe – 100 Trillion Dollars
  3. 3. 2002: Venezuela – 10,000 Bolívares
  4. 4. 2001: Romania – 50,000 Lei
  5. 5. 1997: Turkey – 5 Million Lira
  6. 6. 1996: Belarus – 100,000 Rubles
  7. 7. 1995: Angola – 500,000 Kwanzas Reajustados
  8. 8. 1995: Ukraine – 10,000 Karbovantsiv
  9. 9. 1994: Georgia – 1 Million Laris
  10. 10. 1993: Bosnia – 100 Million Dinar
  11. 11. 1993: Brazil – 500 Cruzeiros Reais
  12. 12. 1993: Yugoslavia – 10 Billion Dinar
  13. 13. 1990: Nicaragua – 10 Million Córdobas
  14. 14. 1992: Zaire – 5 Million Zaires
  15. 15. 1992: Russia – 10,000 Rubles
  16. 16. Visit the Bitstocks Blog for More Information

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