DING FLOF BIPS, introduction of the euro

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On January 28, 2002 the euro was introduced as the official currency in 12 countries. These countries belonging to the European Union, their currency replaced by the euro. Which countries were they? There is a mnemonic for raised: DING FLOF BIPS. The initial letters of the participating countries placed behind each other. Several countries have followed later with the introduction of the euro. Do we know yet what currency these countries had before the euro? On January 28, 2002 the euro was introduced as the official currency in 12 countries. These countries belonging to the European Union, their currency replaced by the euro. Which countries were they? There is a mnemonic for raised: DING FLOF BIPS. The initial letters of the participating countries placed behind each other. Several countries have followed later with the introduction of the euro. Do we know yet what currency these countries had before the euro?

DING FLOF BIPS

The mnemonic THING FLOF BIPS had to make it easier to remember which countries participated in the introduction of the euro as its currency. The first letters of the names of participating countries form this word. Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Greece, Finland, Luxembourg, Austria, Finland, Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Very arranged the error was made by making THING FLOP of BIPS. That is not correct.
Since the accession of more countries to the European Union, there are more countries joined that use the euro as its currency. These countries are Slovenia, Matla, Cyprus, Estonia and Slovakia. There are several contests off, what the new donkey bridge should be. One has voted on the website onzetaal.nl and this sentence is the winner came out on top: SMS FF CURT CLIPS. Of course, be there to invent countless other reminders.

Currencies before the euro

It already seems a long time ago, and there have been generations that the currency of the countries that have participated from the beginning do not even know the euro. That is why in the table below shows which countries participated and adopted the euro as currency, together with the name of the old currency including the exchange rate of the transition.
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