Entry Submitted by Drik S at 5:23 AM EST on December 4, 2021
Dirk from Germany here.
I am often surprised that almost only the dong and the dinar are mentioned in connection with the exchange of currencies, and the Zim bonds in connection with bonds.
Excerpt from the article by MarkZ – On the High Side:
“Member: The rates I have heard are similar to those mentioned by Mark. $2.50 for the dong, $5.00 for the dinar and 3 million per 10T zim bond.”
Now apart from the 2008 Zim Bonds there are also the equivalent Zimbabwe Dollar Notes up to 100 Trillion, are these also exchanged at the equivalent rate?
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