The 100 trillion Zimbabwean dollar banknote (1014 dollars), equal to 1027 pre-2006 dollars.
Is there a 100 trillion dollar bill?
As one of the greatest episodes of hyperinflation in modern times occurred in Zimbabwe from the 1980s to 2009, the country’s 100 Trillion Dollars note became one of the highest denominations of currency in circulation in history.
What is 1million Zimbabwe dollar worth?
Convert Zimbabwean Dollar to US Dollar
|500 ZWD||1.3816 USD|
|1,000 ZWD||2.76319 USD|
|5,000 ZWD||13.816 USD|
|10,000 ZWD||27.6319 USD|
How much is Zimbabwe money worth in US dollars?
Zimbabwe’s central bank allowed its citizens to exchange the country’s almost worthless currency for US dollars. Its 100-trillion-dollar note is worth just 40 U.S. cents.
Where can I sell my Zimbabwe dollars?
If you have an old Zimbabwe Dollar Note, please don’t think you have struck the jackpot and have become an instant Millionaire. You can sell it on the internet via EBAY for its souvenir value.
How much is a Zimbabwe dollar to a Rand?
Convert Zimbabwean Dollar to South African Rand
|1 ZWD||0.0446349 ZAR|
|5 ZWD||0.223174 ZAR|
|10 ZWD||0.446349 ZAR|
|25 ZWD||1.11587 ZAR|
Does million dollars have one note?
The United States has never issued a million dollar bill. However, many businesses print million dollar bills for sale as novelties. Such bills do not assert that they are legal tender. The Secret Service has declared them legal to print or own and does not consider them counterfeit.
How many US dollars is 50 billion Zimbabwe dollars?
In Zimbabwe, banknotes issued a few months ago are worth only a fraction of a percentage of what they were originally. The Zimbabwean $50 billion bill is worth 33 U.S. cents; and it takes 1.2 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars to make up about $4,000 U.S.
How much is bread in Zimbabwe?
Cost of Living in Zimbabwe
|Water (12 oz small bottle)||0.66$|
|Milk (regular), (1 gallon)||5.99$|
|Loaf of Fresh White Bread (1 lb)||0.91$|
How many US dollars is 500 million Zimbabwe dollars?
The $500 million note is worth about 8 U.S. dollars and enough to buy just eight loaves of bread. Thursday, the greenback was trading around ZW$60 million and is expected to shoot up in light of the new note’s introduction.
Why is Zimbabwe so poor?
Why Poverty is Rampant in Zimbabwe
Since Zimbabwe gained its independence in 1980, its economy has primarily depended on its mining and agricultural industries. … As a result, the government began printing more money, leading to widespread hyperinflation of the Zimbabwean dollar.
Which currency has lowest value?
The Iranian Rial is the least valued currency in the world. It is the lowest currency to USD. For the simplification of calculations, Iranians regularly use the term ‘Toman’. 1 Toman equals 10 Rials.