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  • Currency
    • 80 Dollar Bill
        • Bill from Seth's daydream about buying alcohol at the grocery store - the total for all the alcohol he buys comes out to exactly $80, which he pays for with an 80 dollar bill.
    • Altairan Dollar
        • Currency. "Ford wished that a flying saucer would arrive soon because he knew how to flag flying saucers down and get lifts from them. He knew how to see the Marvels of the Universe for less than thirty Altairan dollars a day."
        • Currency that Ford mentions. Ford: "Listen, bud, if I had one Altairan dollar for every time I heard one bit of the Universe look at another bit of the Universe and say 'That's terrible' I wouldn't be sitting here like a lemon looking for a gin. But I haven't and I am. Anyway, what are you looking so placid and moon-eyed for? Are you in love?"
    • Blemflarck
        • Single centralized galactic currency. Also known as Blimfarx.
        • Alien at Interdimensional Customs: So I told him, "Give me the Blimfarx,” you know? This guy, he doesn't understand interstellar currency. (Pilot episode)
        • (Season 2 episode 3 Auto Erotic Assimilation)
        • (Season 3 episode Rickshank Rickdemption)
    • Borinium Ingots
        • Scorpius stores s stash of Borinium ingots at Natira's facility. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Brandaar Tiles
        • Currency on the planet LoMo that Crichton and D'Argo have stolen for them. Chiana auctioned off for 250,000 brandars. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N Sniff)
    • Calamari Flan
        • When Mando turns down Greef Carga's Imperial credits, he offers him Calamari flan instead. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) Mando spends the Calamari flan he got from Greef Karga in the first episode on the planet Trask. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Cardassian Lek
        • When Harry Kim visits Quark's Bar on Deep Space Nine, Quark attempts to sell him Lobi crystals from a select line of unique artifacts and gemstones indigenous to the region that he acquired from Morn., which Tom Paris describes as bright as a Koladan diamond. Tom informs Harry that they can actually be found on any planet in the system, and that there's a shop at the Volnar Colony sells a dozen of them for one Cardassian Lek. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Chester Buck
        • One of the triplet murder suspects claims he created his own country called Chesterworld, with its own currency Chester Bucks. (Season 1 episode Triplet Homicide)
        • Citizens of Jedha, you must come forward with information of the location of this missing cargo pilot. A reward of 600 credits for the information shall be awarded.
    • Crindar
        • Scarran currency that Sikozu uses to purchase an escape vehicle. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Currency Pledges
        • Dr. Tumii demands one million currency pledhes per crew member to cure them of the disease caused by sharing Qatal mollusks. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Darcat
        • Currency Aeryn mentions - 200 darcats reward for the Peacekeeper tech. (Season 3 episode Fractures)
    • Digicash
        • Currency for rich "on-liners" on the Ivory Towers world. (Season 4 episode Net Worth)
    • Ducat
        • Centauri currency.
        • Garibaldi is found on Brown 5, level. He's been paying for things with Centauri ducats. (Season 1 episode Survivors)
    • Ecoin
        • E Corp's version of Bitcoin. Elliot: "a cryptocurrency regulated by Evil Corp..." (eps2.9_pyth0n-pt1.p7z)
    • Ed Meese
        • Hyperinflation has sapped the value of the US dollar to the extent that trillion dollar bills known as Ed Meeses are nearly disregarded, and the quadrillion dollar note known as the Gipper is the standard "small" bill.
    • Facebook Libras
        • Currency in use at the Grey Market, an underground black market for various depraved activities. Facebook has announced a new cryptocurrency called Libra, but as of airing of this episode, it remains a fictional currency. (Season 1 episode The Grey Market)
    • Fidel Castro Fifty Cent Piece
        • Joe Chip and his team of PSIs find that their money is changing - some coins get obsolete; others show up with Runciter's portrait or bust on them.
    • Game Certificates
        • Coupons issued by the Network, with one advantage over New Dollars; a reputable doctor will accept them as legal tender, while a quack will not.
    • GinaCoin
        • Gina brainstorms ways to make millions of dollars, including creating a new form of cryptocurrency. (Season 6 episode Four Movements)
    • The Gipper
        • Hyperinflation has sapped the value of the US dollar to the extent that trillion dollar bills known as Ed Meeses are nearly disregarded, and the quadrillion dollar note known as the Gipper is the standard "small" bill.
    • Imagine Dollars
        • Redeemable in the Imagine Entertainment gift shop. It's a severance thing Ron and Brian are doing because of Ron's need to be loved and Brian's conflict avoidance issues. (Season 5 episode Self-Deportation)
    • Imperial Credits
        • Greef Carga offers Mando Imperial credits for his bounty, but Mando declines. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) Mando makes Peli Motto an initial offer of 500 Imperial credits to store and repair his ship. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Isik
        • Listener and conman Martus Mazur's mark tells him that she needs 10,000 isiks to commission a study on the effects of asteroid mining on inner system navigation. (Season 2 episode Rivals)
        • Currency used by the Vlugtan government and substitute for "penny" in the Vulcan version of the old saying… "Isik for your thoughts?" (Season 1 episode Despite Yourself and Season 1 episode 15 Will You Take My Hand?)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Money
        • Itchy & Scratchy themed currency Homer buys along with their tickets outside the park, that's just like real money, but more fun. Problem is, most of the shops at Itchy & Scratchy Land don't accept it, which Homer doesn't find out until the family actually enters the park. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Joe Chip Fifty Cent Piece
        • Runciter discovers that the coins he hands over to the attendant at the moratorium have Joe Chip's face on them.
    • Kelvic Crystals
        • Valuable crystals that Rygel won playing Tadek. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Klon Peag
        • Currency presented to Quark as gambling collateral by Gamma Quadrant resident Wadi Falow, which Quark rejects, because they look like sticks. (Season 1 episode Move Along Home)
    • Krendar
        • Noranti pays 5,000 krendars for star charts. (Season 4 episode Twice Shy)
    • Kretma
        • Currency. Physician Tocot's assistant Grunchlk demands 12,000 kretmas from the crew for Tocot to treat Moya and Crichton. When they refuse, it goes up to 15,000. Then 20,000. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Lakeview Bucks
        • Currency in Lakeview.
        • The winner of the egg hunt at the Horizen Winter Party wins Lakeview bucks. (Season 1 episode Update Eve)
    • MetsCoin
        • Jake invests in several new cryptocurrencies, including The Rock's RockCoin, The Mets' MetsCoin and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' TurtleBucks. (Season 8 episode Renewal)
    • Minishkin
        • Currency that Rembrandt's cab driver asks for on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • Na-Pons
        • Coupons Nate gives to Darryl. Nate: "Oh, Darryl, hey. I felt really terrible that you got me these lovely gloves and I didn't get you anything. Now, I haven't really had time to go out and buy you anything, but here goes. This coupon entitles you to one free tickle-monster attack. Yeah, they're Nate coupons, or Na-pons, and they're all different." (Season 8 episode Special Project)
    • New Credit Dollars
        • Currency: The old G.A. sodium lights put up in the 70s busted with rocks and hunks of paving. No technico was going to replace them down here; they were on the New Credit Dollar.
    • New Dollars
        • Currency: The rules are simplicity themselves. You - or your surviving family - will win one hundred New Dollars for each hour you remain free. We stake you to forty-eight hundred dollars running money on the assumption that you will be able to fox the Hunters for forty-eight hours. The unspent balance refundable, of course, if you fall before the forty-eight hours are up. You're given a twelvehour head start. If you last thirty days, you win the Grand Prize. One billion New Dollars.
    • New Quarter
        • "Three minutes are up,” the operator broke in. "If you wish to continue, please deposit one New Quarter or three old quarters."
    • Nogelti Crystal
        • Stones extracted from the body of a Budong and used as currency.
    • North American Confederation Quarter
        • Coin that Joe Chip attempts to use in a public vidphone, but the phone expels it in disgust, and it turns out to be a recalled issue of the United States of America's Philadelphia mint.
    • Old Bucks
        • Currency: Scag is twelve oldbucks a bag, Frisco Push goes for twenty a tab, but the Free-Vee will freak you for nothing.
    • Old Quarter
        • "Three minutes are up," the operator broke in. "If you wish to continue, please deposit one New Quarter or three old quarters."
    • PAM
        • Also known as Printed Autofactory Minutes. Unit of currency adopted across human space. The value of one minute of auto factory time. (Heaven's River)
    • Pooter Points
        • Customer loyalty program at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Quatloo
        • Currency, originally from the Star Trek episode The Gamesters of Triskelion. When Homer and Barney fight gladiator style as Kirk and his friends did in the Star Trek episode, a NASA scientist wages 400 quatloos on the newcomer. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • Reagan
        • Unit of currency in Professor Frink's vision of the future. The deposit on Bart's tux for prom was 200 Reagans. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • RockCoin
        • Jake invests in several new cryptocurrencies, including The Rock's RockCoin, The Mets' MetsCoin and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' TurtleBucks. (Season 8 episode Renewal)
    • Runciter Money
        • Joe Chip and his team of PSIs find that their money is changing - some coins get obsolete; others show up with Runciter's portrait or bust on them.
    • Schrute Buck
        • Fake currency Dwight introduces to the office while Michael is away for an interview. Dwight: "When you have done something good, you will receive one Schrute Buck. One thousand Schrute Bucks equals an extra five minutes for lunch." (Season 3 episode The Job)
    • Shmeckles
        • Currency used in the fantasy land during the adventure Rick chooses when Morty lets him be in charge (Season 1 episode Meeseeks and Destroy)
    • Space Dollars
        • The new future currency in space (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Stanley Nickels
        • Fake office currency Stanley jokes about after Dwight introduces Schrute Bucks. Dwight: "Don't you want to earn Schrute Bucks?" Stanley: "No. In fact, I'll give you a billion Stanley Nickels if you never talk to me again." Dwight: "What's the ratio of Stanley Nickels to Schrute Bucks?" Stanley: "The same as the ratio of unicorns to leprechauns." (Season 3 episode The Job)
    • Ten XXXTra Large bill
        • Bill stupid future guy gives Rita as advance payment for her services. "That's What I'm Talkin' About!"
    • Thunder Dollars
        • Currency. Snarf claims that Snarf Oswald still owes him 50 Thunder-dollars from their last tail-ball game. (Season 1 episode Feliner)
    • Tinka Stone
        • Currency that Rygel offers Physician Tocot's Grunchlk for alternative transport. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Triganic Pu
        • One of three freely convertible currencies in the Galaxy, with its own very special problems. Its exchange rate of eight Ningis to one Pu is simple enough, but since a Ningi is a triangular rubber coin six thousand eight hundred miles across each side, no one has ever collected enough to own one Pu.
    • Trillion Dollar Bill
        • In 1945, President Harry S. Truman printed a one trillion-dollar bill to help reconstruct post-war Europe and enlisted Montgomery Burns to transport the bill. However, it never arrived and the FBI suspects Burns still has it with him. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • TurtleBucks
        • Jake invests in several new cryptocurrencies, including The Rock's RockCoin, The Mets' MetsCoin and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' TurtleBucks. (Season 8 episode Renewal)
    • Walt Disney Fifty Cent Piece
        • Joe Chip and his team of PSIs find that their money is changing - some coins get obsolete; others show up with Runciter's portrait or bust on them.
    • Wernick
        • Melmackian currency, 1 wernick is worth about $10 on Melmac (Season 2 episode Night Train)
    • The Winifred Beecher Howe 75¢ Coin
        • While in Washington D.C. for the Patriots Of Tomorrow Essay Contest, Lisa visits the Winifred Beecher Howe Memorial, a statue dedicated to an early crusader for women's rights that led the Floor Mop Rebellion of 1910, and had her face on a 75¢ coin. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)

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