The Holidian Punt is the currency of Holidia along with the Enieo (official) and Euro (unofficial). The name 'Holidian Punt' is the generally adapted name of the currency, although it has been adapted from the official names Holidian Pound (English) and Punt Uladh (Irish). It is commonly called The Punt and common names for specific amounts are a:

  • Bag or Grand (£1000)
  • Ton (£100), Guin or Guinea (£20)
  • Tenner (£10)
  • Fiver, Flim or Taxi Token (£5)
  • Goldie, Thicker, Mint or Quid (Quid is also used in general - i.e. 50 quid) (£1)
  • Shill or Shilling (50 Pence)
  • Crown (25p)
  • Coppers or Punce (5p,2p,1p)

Its usual notation is the prefix £, or where confusion might arise with the pound sterling or other pounds. It was first circulated in December 2008, along with the Enieo as a replacement to the previously official currencies of the British pound sterling and Euro, although this was a non-cash currency until the first banknotes and coinage were issued three months later in March 2009.

Usage of the CurrencyEdit

It was stated by the Holidian government that despite adapting the Enieo as a way to increase trade with other nations of the union, that the punt would remain the sole currency of Holidia. All banks and financial institutions operating in Holidia are required, by law, to give customer statements in punts and other commercial institutions are required to give a bill/invoice in punts, unless requested otherwise by the customer. Retailers are required to give prices clearly in punts

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