What is Zimbabwe currency?
In 2008, there was a period of currency instability that began in February 2007. The peak of the hyperinflation occurred from 2008-2009, and the official inflation statistics are hard to measure as the official statistics were not published by the government of Zimbabwe. It is estimated that the true Zimbabwe currency inflation around that time around 80 billion percent per month, and 90 sextillion percent per year on mid-November 2008.
The price of daily goods such as bread rose to around $550 million Zimbabwe Dollars, if the bread was even available. Black markets served as a place where people could buy these goods.
In 2009, the hyper-inflated Zimbabwe dollars were stopped from production, and the government ordered its citizens to turn their currency in.
Zimbabwe Dollars have since become a hot commodity and a collectible to people across the world. Own a piece of history today by buying Zimbabwe currency!