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Spanglish Zino
Twenty Zinos
Twenty Zinos
ISO 4217 Code SPZ
User The Spanglish Empire

z or SPz
Spanglish Zinos
Coins 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, z1
Banknotes z5, z10, z20, z50, z100
Issuer The Banko Governtale
Banko de Nasionale

The Spanglish Zino (sign: z; ISO code: SPZ) is the currency of The Spanglish Empire. It is also allowed as an unofficial currency in Espanola. It's Legal tender is issued by the Banko Nacionale o Espangles and the Banko Governtale. It is divided into z1, z2, z10, z20, z50, z100. Created after the Revolution Of Espanola, and modified after the Atlantic war.

Currency Pictures[]

1 Zino 5 Zino 10 Zino 20 Zino 50 Zino 100 Zino

Bank Note[]

The Spanglish Zino is unique in that there have been more than 10 types of banknotes, such as Governmental Reserve Bank Note, gold Zetisos, and Spanglish Note. The Spanglish Note is the only type that remains in circulation since the 2008.


Two private banks issued paper money. The Banko Governtale issued notes between 2008 and 2009 in denominations of 20 and 50 Zenos, 1, 5, 10, 20, 25 and 100 Zenos. The Banko de Nasionale issued notes from the 2009, in denominations of 20 and 50 Zenos, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 50 Zinos.

Safety Feature[]

The Spangle banks know that people will copy illegal paper money and took action.

  1. They put little gold pellets on the shield under the big number. There for the gold will be hard to copy.
  2. They used a dribbled paper, Unable to steal ink from the paper the ink stays for decades without people stealing the special ink.
  3. The pictures on the note and the numbers are created from very little numbers of that note.
  4. The picture on the Zino is a hallographic, and glows in the dark.
  5. The bank note's gold seal contain the notes identification number, which can be tracked by banks when shown.

Zino Vs World[]

  • z1 Equal to $.98
  • z1 equal to .75 Euros
  • z1 equal to 87.0525 JPY
  • z1 equal to 35.476 Caribbean Peso