No. The currency in Georgia is the Georgian lari.
Georgian Currency is known as Georgian Lari.
The country of Georgia has the Georgian lari as its currency.
Georgia is a sovereign state in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. Its currency is the Lahri (1USD=1.65 Lahri). When part of the USSR the Ruble was used as currency.
Offical currency is the GEL called "Lari"
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There is none. South Caroline and Georgia are both states in the United States, and therefore use US federal currency.
Abazi was a non-decimal unit of currency used in the country of Georgia until 1833, divided into 40 subunits called puli.