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A de facto currency is a unit of money that is not legal tender in a country but is treated as such by most of the populace. The United States dollar and the European Union euro are the most common de facto currencies.

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Euro

The following have the euro as their de facto currency:

United States dollar

The following have the USD as their de facto currency:

While legal tender, the following countries use currencies that are not their own:

Russian ruble

The following have the Russian ruble as their de facto currency:

Kelantanese dinar

In Kelantan, the Kelantanese dinar is classed as being a de facto currency, although the Malaysian ringgit is the only legal tender currency.


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