Fictional Currency of popular SciFi TV, Movies and Literature.

I had to look up the Fictional Currency of many different Sci-Fi worlds for an online poll, so I figured I’d share what I found here:

Galactic credits standard

The Galactic Credit Standard, simply called a credit or abbreviated to cred, colloquially referred to as Republic Dataries, and later known as the Imperial Credit, was the main currency in use in the galaxy since the time of the Galactic Republic.

Source: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Galactic_Credit_Standard

Kalganids

Fictional Currency¬†used in the book “Second Foundation” in the Foundation series by Isaac Asimov

Source: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalganid

Agatean rhinus

Rhinu

The standard unit of currency in the Agatean Empire in Terry Pratchett’s Discworld. In its usual form as a pure gold coin, it can be divided into half-rhinu and quarter-rhinu pieces, for ease of making small purchases.

Source: http://wiki.lspace.org/mediawiki/index.php/Rhinu

Flanian Pobble Beads

Fictional Currency from Douglas’ Adams “Hitch Hikers Guide To The Galaxy”. It is only exchangable for other Flanian Pobble Beads and is therefore useless.

Source: http://hitchhikers.wikia.com/wiki/Flanian_Pobble_Bead

Latinum

Fictional currency of Star Trek, particularly Ferengi’s.

Source: http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Latinum

Dollarpounds

Fictional Currency of the BBC SciFi comedy “Red Dwarf”. The dollarpound is a fictional currency used in both the series and the novels.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Red_Dwarf_concepts

Brandar tiles

The fictional currency of the series Farscape.

Source: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Farscape/brandar_tile

Spacebucks

The fictional currency used in the cult classic film Spaceballs.

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Updated: September 28, 2014 — 5:19 pm

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