Corporate Currency

Contest Info

  • Started: 4/10/2008 06:00
  • Ended: 4/12/2008 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 28
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Corporate Currency
Contest Directions: Disney dollars are used as a local currency in the Disney parks, stores and resorts. They are redeemable for real cash (exchange ratio 1:1), or can be kept as souvenirs. Every year Disney company comes up with new designs for its currency, and such bills are collector items for notaphilists (paper money collectors).
Photoshop corporate currency from any company. How would Google dollar look like? Toyota dollar? AOL dollar, Lego dollar? You are welcome to use company products (or even logos) as the central part of your banknote, instead of the "presidents". You can design your entries as US dollars, euros, or any other currency. Take a look at one good example.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/10/2008 06:00
    • Ended: 4/12/2008 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 28
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
This gallery only contains our top 28 selections from its parent contest Corporate Currency. All 28 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Bedrock Bucks Flintstone Money

    Bedrock Bucks Flintstone Money
  • The Campbells Soup Company Money

    The Campbells Soup Company Money
  • 50 ENRON Dollars

    50 ENRON Dollars
  • Bacardi Dollar

    Bacardi Dollar
  • Bank of Wal-Mart Note

    Bank of Wal-Mart Note
  • Paris Hilton Money

    Paris Hilton Money
  • Plane on Strange Money

    Plane on Strange Money
  • Bank of Freaking News

    Bank of Freaking News
  • New Indian 50 Dollar Note

    New Indian 50 Dollar Note
  • McDonald's Big Mac Heart Attack Dollars

    McDonald's Big Mac Heart Attack Dollars
  • Volkswagon Dollars

    Volkswagon Dollars
  • Sirius Sattelite Radio Money

    Sirius  Sattelite Radio Money
  • Halliburton Dollar

    Halliburton Dollar
  • Biker Bills

    Biker Bills
  • 5 Billion Euro Note

    5 Billion Euro Note
  • Exxon in Mexico Money

    Exxon in Mexico Money
  • 50 Petronas Barrels

    50 Petronas Barrels
  • 200 Nokia Euro Dollars

    200 Nokia Euro Dollars
  • Microsoft Currency

    Microsoft Currency
  • Dell One Dollar

    Dell One Dollar
  • StarBucks Dollars

    StarBucks Dollars
  • George Bush Dollar Bill

    George Bush Dollar Bill
  • Barack Obama on The Republican Dollar

    Barack Obama on The Republican Dollar
  • Lucasfilms Galactic Credits

    Lucasfilms Galactic Credits
  • Nurse Dollars

    Nurse Dollars
  • General Electric Money

    General Electric Money
  • ENRON Funny Money

    ENRON Funny Money
  • Bill Gates Dollar

    Bill Gates Dollar
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This contest is fueled by the following news: The currency system is: а) A system of currency relationships; b) The state legal form of organizing the currency relationships; According to territorial factors, they differentiate into National, Regional and world currency systems. Elements of the national currency system: 1. National currency 2. Parity of national currency 3. Convertibility conditions 4. Profile of the rate of exchange of the national currency 5. Monetary restrictions / monetary control 6. National regulation for International currency and liquidation of States 7. Regulatory activities for use of International credit funds conversion 8. Regulatory activities for International settlements with the participation of a given state 9. The condition or national currency or the gold reserve market 10. The national organs for currency regulation and monetary control Currency mode: 1. Currency monopoly - the exclusive right of the state to accomplish operations with the currency valuables and also on the management of the currency reserves belonging to it; 2. The mode of monetary restrictions - the restrictions are set for residents and/or non-residents for the possession and/or performing operations with currency valuables; 3. Free convertibility mode - the absence of any type of restrictions for performing currency operations. Currency parity - is the parity between two currencies, which is set through legislation and forms a basis for the rate of exchange of the national currency.
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