Currency code is composed of three letters - the first two letters of the code is a country's two-character Internet country code, and the third is usually the initial of the currency itself. Such as Australian Dollar code is "AUD" - "AU" for Australian and "D" for Dollar. Below lists all currency codes of the world along with the corresponding currency full names. You can click the currency full name (such as "Australian Dollar") to view its detailed information. If you want to view some currency symbols, please refer to our Currency Symbols page.
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