Harbian Credit

100 Harbian Credits Bank Note A 2005 series $100 Harbian Credit banknote

Symbol $, ȿ (rare)
Superunit 10 Denary
100 Centenary
1000 Millenary
10,000 Grandenary
Subunit  1⁄10 Dime
1⁄100 Solitary
Banknotes Freq. used $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
Rarely used $500, $1000, $10,000
Coins Freq. used 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢ 
Rarely used $1, $10, $100, $1000, $10,000
Official user(s) Harbitros, Cirraine, New Vaeulia, Tierra del Sador, Tieuxberia, various others
Central bank Corporate Reserve System
Printer Corporate Treasury Department

The Harbian Credit (HC, credit, Corporate credit, $, ȿ) is the most valuable currency on Junope, and is the currency of the Corporatocracy of Harbitros. The Harbian credit was created in 1932, over a decade after the Eularbian Divergence. Prior to this, Harbitros used the Eularbian credit. Virgil Ekaj and the Corporate Treasury Department waited until the 1930s to reset Harbitros' currency, as they did not want to hinder the free market's self-healing during the Great Harbian Depression.

The Harbian credit is backed by a great multitude of precious metals and commodities, all of which is in Harbitros' reserves and treasury. Due to this, it has remained the most stable, reliable, and valuable currency since its creation.


Harbian credits are represented in a variety of coinage and banknotes. 


Cois are an essential aspect to Harbitros' currency, as they were the original currency for the Zeiifundite exodists, as well as the early Eularbian Commonwealth. The portraits located on the head of the coins changed routinely, depending on the type of coin. The Corporate Treasury Department hosts portrait elections for coinage before the agency mints and circulates new coinage. The entire population of Harbitros may participate in choosing the next face of whatever coin is due a new edition, though candidates are limited to being of Harbian citizenship, being respectable, a law-abiding citizen, and/or an appropriate fictional character created in Harbitros. The following are coinage that represent credit values:

  • 1¢ - Solitary 
  • 5¢ - Pentamerous 
  • 10¢ - Dime
  • 25¢ - Quarter
  • 50¢ - Half Credit
  • $1 - Silver Credit
  • $10 - Denary
  • $100 - Centenary
  • $1000 - Millenary
  • $10,000 - Grandenary


Besides coinage, Harbian credits are also represented by banknotes. The following are the official banknote values: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1000, and $10,000. Since 2005, all newly printed Harbian credit banknotes come with an extremely small microchip embedded in the body of the bank note. The purpose of the microchip is to register formal transactions of the banknotes, to make it easier to track and detect theft or other criminal activities. Due to the complex engineering of the microchip -- and its size -- it is extremely difficult to damage indirectly. Harbian credit banknotes were also originally composed of cotton fiber paper, but this material was replaced in 2026 by carbon nanofiber paper, which proved to be waterproof, extremely resilient, and easy to massproduce for the Corporate Treasury Department. 

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