Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Money Of The World - Brazilian 100 Reais Piles Papercraft - by Paper Replika - Maços De 100 Reais Brasileiros

A very unusual and cool model by Indonesian designer Julius Perdana, from Paper-Replika. The real ( plural, reais) is the present-day currency of Brazil. Its sign is R$ and its ISO code is BRL. It is subdivided into 100 centavos ("hundredths"). The modern real was introduced in 1994 as part of the Plano Real, a substantial monetary reform package that aimed to put an end to three decades of rampant inflation. At the time it was meant to have approximately fixed 1:1 exchange rate with the United States dollar. It suffered a sudden devaluation to a rate of about 2:1 in 1999, reached almost 4:1 in 2002, then partly recovered and has been approximately 2:1 since 2006. The exchange rate as of January 22, 2012 is BRL 1.75 to USD 1.00. In Portuguese the word real means both "royal" and "real". The name of the historic real derived from the first sense. The name of the modern currency is generally understood to refer both to the historic unit and to the second sense. - Wikipedia

Um modelo bem incomum e divertido do designer indonésio Julius Perdana, do site Paper-Replika. O real, oficialmente real brasileiro, é a moeda corrente no Brasil. Após sucessivas trocas monetárias (réis, cruzeiro, cruzeiro novo, cruzado, cruzado novo, novamente cruzeiro e cruzeiro real), o Brasil adotou o real em 1º de Julho de 1994, que, aliado à drástica queda das taxas de inflação, constituiu uma moeda estável para o país. Foi implantado no mandato do presidente Itamar Franco, sob o comando do então ministro da Fazenda, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, depois eleito presidente da República. Estima-se que hoje existam mais de oito milhões de moedas perdidas do real. - Wikipedia

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