Swiss Currency/What is the Currency of Switzerland?

What is the currency of Switzerland? The Swiss currency is the Swiss franc.

It is the currency used in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The Swiss franc, released by the Swiss National Bank, is the single and last franc currency in Europe after the transition to the euro. The international short code is CHF, which stands for Confederatio Helvetica Franc. Swiss franc’s symbol is F. The Swiss franc is also used as the reserve currency in the world. The share in reserve currencies in 2007 was 0.2%. The Swiss franc has been seen as a safe haven by investors throughout history. The reason for this is the large gold reserve in Switzerland. The lower currency of Swiss franc is Rappen.

Switzerland is not a European Union country and does not use Euro because it is not included in the European Union. Swiss franc, which is famous for its banks, is one of the most valuable currency in the world. With one of the world’s most valuable currencies, Switzerland is also one of the most expensive countries in the world.

Coins and Banknotes

Coins: 1 Rappen, 2 Rappen, 5 Rappen, 10 Rappen, 20 Rappen, 1/2 Franc, 1 Franc, 2 Franc, 5 Franc.

Banknotes: 10 Franc , 20 Franc, 50 Franc, 100 Franc, 200 Franc and 1000 Franc.

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