What are Centavo coins?

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Ecuadorian Centavo coins were introduced in the year 2000. This was when the country of Ecuador began the process of converting their currency into the US dollar. Prior to the year 2000, the country used the currency known as Sucre. Centavo coins are the same size as US coins. They also come in the same domination's: 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 cent pieces. The main difference is in the dollar coin. In the US, this coin is rarely used. However, it is regular in the county of Ecuador.
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