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Why is the dollar called a dollar?

The word "dollar" has a long history dating back to central Europe in the 15th century. Some of the first large-size silver coins were minted from metal mined in what is now (MORE)

What is 1MM in dollars?

1MM in dollars is   1M=1K dollars   1MM=1Million dollars   1MMM=1Billion dollars
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Were did the dollar get its name?

  It's actually a pretty interesting origin of the word, here's a snippet that answers your question,   "The history of the dollar is a story involving many countries (MORE)

What are bar dollars?

You could be referring to a variety of the 1890 CC Morgan dollar which has a "bar" connecting the wreath to the eagle's tail feathers. This was caused by a damaged die.   (MORE)

What to with 400 dollars?

There are essentially two things you can do with $400--if you might need it quick, put it in a savings account; if you can sit on it for at least six months, US Savings Bonds (MORE)

Helpful Swimming Tips for Dogs

Swimming, for dogs, is a natural ability, and most dogs are ready to jump right in the pool with the rest of the family and dog paddle around the pool easily. Some dogs may ha (MORE)

What is e-dollar?

E dollar is use for the online money transaction like buying online, especially for the Forex Trading, Like Money booker, Paypal, Perfect money, Neteller, STP etc.
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What are black dollars?

Money that African Americans used during slavery. They are worth 3/5 of the American currency, reflective of voting rights
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What is euro-dollars?

There is no such thing as the 'Euro  dollar'.     The Euro (symbol €) is the common  currency sponsored by the EU. As of 2012, the following countries  use the (MORE)

What president is on what dollar?

For US currency: See also the link below   * $1 - George Washington  * $2 - Thomas Jefferson  * $5 - Abraham Lincoln  * $10 - Alexander Hamilton (not a president, was Se (MORE)

Is there an Obama dollar?

No, there is not, at least not in the "real money that you can spend" world. There are, however, commemorative dollars that are sold to collectors, and some companies issue th (MORE)