Highest Currency in the World?

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The highest currency in the world with relation to monetary value is the Kuwaiti Dinar that uses KWD as its code. In addition, the Kuwaiti dinar and British pound exchange rate is 2.28 and its value is 3.5 times the value of the US dollar. Financially speaking, the Kuwaiti dinar is a not a hard currency because it is bound to the economy of that country, so it is of little use outside Kuwait.
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The highest currency in the world is said to be the Kuwait dinar currency and it is believed that a high-valued currency is distinct from a hard currency, which is a currency with a good buying power and which is widely accepted as a reliable store of value.
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