Supported currencies

See what currencies you can use within the Monite API.

Currency codes

Currencies are specified using three-letter currency codes (ISO 4217 alpha-3). The number of decimals determines how to express the currency amounts in minor units.

Code

Currency

Decimals

AUD

Australian dollar

2

BRL

Brazilian real

2

CAD

Canadian dollar

2

CHF

Swiss franc

2

CNY

Chinese yuan

2

EUR

Euro

2

GBP

Pound sterling

2

HKD

Hong Kong dollar

2

INR

Indian rupee

2

JPY

Japanese yen

0

KRW

South-Korean won

0

MXN

Mexican peso

2

NOK

Norwegian krone

2

NZD

New Zealand dollar

2

RUB

Russian ruble

2

SEK

Swedish krone

2

SGD

Singapore dollar

2

TRY

New Turkish lira

2

USD

US dollar

2

ZAR

South African rand

2

Minor units

Monite API expects that currency amounts are specified in minor units, that is the smallest unit of a currency such as cents or pennies. For example, $10.95 is represented as 1095 (in cents).

Most of the supported currencies have two decimals, meaning you would multiply the currency amount by 100 to get the value in minor units.

Zero-decimal currencies, such as JPY and KRW, do not have minor units. These currencies require an amount in the regular denomination. For example, 50 JPY is represented as 50.


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