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Hungarian Forint

Hungarian forint Currency:

The official currency of Hungary is Forint and it was subdivided into 100 filler but filler coins are no longer in circulation. On 1 August 1946, the modern Hungarian Forint was introduced after World War II. The name of Forint came from the city Florence, where gold coins were minted from 1252 called fiorino d'oro. ‘Ft’ is the symbol of the Hungarian forint. Coins and bank notes were introduced in 1946 by the Hungarian National Bank. Hungary, being a member of the European union, is contemplating to replace its currency Forint by the Euro. But due to certain economic hindrances, the process has been procrastinated

 The present banknotes that are in circulation in Hungary are 500 Ft, 1000 Ft, 2000 Ft, 5000 Ft, 10,000 Ft and 20,000 Ft. The coins which are in circulation are 5 Ft, 10 Ft, 20 Ft, 50 Ft, 100 Ft and 200 Ft.

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Hungarian Forint

Hungarian Forint (Hungary):

Code:  HUF

Symbol: Ft

Subunit:

1/100=filler

Banknotes:

500 Ft, 1000 Ft, 2000 Ft, 5000 Ft, 10,000 Ft,   20,000 Ft

Coins:

5 Ft, 10 Ft, 20 Ft, 50 Ft, 100 Ft, 200 Ft

Central bank:

 Hungarian National Bank

Most traded currencies:

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