Zimbabwe's 100-Trillion-Dollar Note Gains in Value

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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.
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18 Comments

  1. XD rrueiei Aineiai nimroeowi need nwosl WI NINEO jintoe SODIEOS Cinwid *48:-(49β„’%√¢ SESYAUA. πŸ‡±πŸ‡·πŸ’―πŸ“€πŸ”–πŸ’ΆπŸˆ³πŸ“°πŸ—žοΈπŸˆ‚οΈπŸ†•πŸˆ‚οΈπŸˆ‚οΈ

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  3. Just don't buy from the 100Trillions store. They bait & switch photos,
    and also salt your bundles with grease stained junk bills. Some of them not what you ordered. They also wouldn't sell me a bundle that was buy now that I had purchasedthat I had
    purchased,, because it was the last one and they
    could get more for it.

  4. This would happens if paranormals who can multiply your money are real. In the paranormal world, paranormals cannot multiply money. Instead, they do something else to quickly raises revenue, so they can get money quickly. In Indonesia, a few fake paranormals who claims can multiply your money exist. One of them already jailed.

  5. Zimbabwe used to be the breadbasket of Africa, that's until Robert Mugabe decided to deport the white farmers and steel their farms…. look at Zimbabwe now. What a shame.

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