Currency Symbol/Abbreviation: €D (digital currency), ¤ (physical, whole number notes), and ‱ (<1.000 credit, similar to the purpose of a coin as a variation smaller than 1 entire unit—such as the penny)
Year of Adoption: 1996
Did It Replace An Older Currency? If So, What Currency Did It Replace?: Traditional money
Subunits of Currency: Credits
Current Denominations of Currency (Coins): N/A
Current Denominations of Currency (Banknotes): 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 5,000, 10,000, 100,000, 1,000,000
Former Denominations of Currency (Coins): N/A
Former Denominations of Currency (Banknotes): N/A
Current Exchange Rate with USD/NSD: [CURRENTLY UNABLE TO BE CONVERTED CONSISTENTLY DUE TO MATHEMATICAL FORMULA]
- The smallest exchange possible is 0.0001 Credits.
- Physical currency is often unused due to most transactions typically being done digitally in the interest of convenience and efficiency.
- Often in place of wallets filled with physical currency notes (which are typically seen as a safeguard seldom used), people often carry "bluesticks" which are 20.32cm long devices shaped like a squircular prism with blue LEDs that display the amount of currency available in binary code.
- The system of Credits is primarily maintained by people performing beneficial community-focused work, such as working in a public garden. As a result, one of the most common repayment of expenses if even only to the self is to assist in the replenishing of a specific resource they have used. This is known as the "Root Beer Method".
- The 1,000,000 Credit note only exists for the purpose of catching counterfeiters. As nobody in New Periapsis sees any reason to need 1,000,000 credits for personal affairs, it is most likely that someone attempting to exchange this physical note at a requisition office is committing fraud.