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Currencies rates online for Swiss Franc (CHF) to Turkish Lira (TRY).
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The franc (symbol: CHF; currency code: CHF) is the official currency of Switzerland and Liechtenstein. One (1) franc is subdivided into one hundred (100) units, with one hundredth of a franc called a rappen (German), centime (French), centesimo (Italian) and rap (Romansh).
Historically, the Swiss franc is regarded as a safe-haven currency with almost no inflation. It is often used as a global reserve currency and is the sixth most traded currency in the world.
Prior to 1798, approximately 860 different coins were in circulation in Switzerland. The Helvetic Republic introduced a currency based on the Berne thaler in 1798, which lasted until the end of the Helvetic Republic in 1803. The franc was introduced as the monetary unit of Switzerland following the first Federal Coinage Act in 1850 and replaced the different currencies of the Swiss cantons.
The Turkish lira (symbol: ₺; currency code: TRY) is the official currency of Turkey. One (1) lira is equal to one hundred (100) kurus.
The lira is issued by the Central Bank of Turkey.
The current Turkish currency was adopted on January 1, 2005. It succeeded the previous Turkish lira, which had been in circulation from 1923 to 2005, and was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the least valuable currency in the world.