Currencies are a form of money used as a medium of exchange in transactions involving goods, services, or financial assets.

They are issued by governments or central banks and serve as the primary method of facilitating trade and commerce within a country or across borders.

In the foreign exchange market, currency codes are numeric codes that identify a country’s currency.

They were created, and maintained, by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Currency codes are used in international banking, business, and currency trading worldwide.

The ISO 4217 standard establishes the rules for currency codes.

Below is a list of money in use for countries around the world and the three-digit numeric ISO 4217 code for each currency.